AWIT Presents Virtual Conference on The Digital Society | July 3-4

The next African Women in Technology (AWIT) conference is going to be an all-virtual event, with all the measures for fighting COVID-19 observed. The past conferences have been quite impactful on women in (and those aspiring to pursue) STEM from across Africa. It would have been such a shame were the coronavirus pandemic derail the 2020 programs.

Then again, the COVID-19 pandemic has simply fast-tracked the shift to the next step in the evolution of how humanity performs tasks through ICT. For instance, telecommuting was something that was already begging to take root in so many spheres of the economy. The outbreak of the pandemic has simply made more individuals and companies take to these emerging opportunities a bit earlier on than they would, otherwise, have.

Event’s Theme: The Digital Society

The next AWIT conference slated for July 3-4, 2020 will be focusing on The Digital Society. Where the panelist, all attending virtually, will delve into how technology has created a digital space where business can be executed online. The panelist will be drawn from different fields including digital marketers, user experience researchers, and entrepreneurs.

Some of the topics to be covered by the panelist are as follows:

Digital Marketing – Community Building In The Digital Age

Entrepreneurship Through E-Commerce

Data, FinTech – Global Payment Processing Solutions

The World of Podcast

Building Diverse Teams for Innovation

Harnessing the Power of Digital Communities on Social Media

Connecting with your Audience: Exploring Analytics & Social Listening Strategies

The ROI of UX in Digital & Marketing Strategies

AI for Individualized Customer Experiences

Podcast World Part 2

The Panelist

The following are some of the experts in various fields who will be part of the panel:

How to Attend Virtually

Although admittedly, the virtual event comes with its fair share of limitations. It does at the same time open the conference to a wider audience who might previously not been able to attend. That is because anyone from anywhere can simply go online to the conference’s social media platforms and get live updates on what is happening.

The following are the social media platforms where you can follow the event live:

Facebook/ AfricanWIT

Twitter/ @AfricanWIT

YouTube/ African Women in Tech


Date: July 3rd and 4th, 2020

Theme: The Digital Society Conference

Organized By: African Women In Technology

Make sure you RSVP by click this link:

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