Afrolynk 2019

Linking Africa to Europe and Making an Impact with Tech and Entrepreneurship

Now in its 4th year, Afrolynk‘s annual conference is the premier African startup platform in Germany.

Bringing together around 200 African entrepreneurs, European investors, established corporates, policymakers, SMEs, academics and experts, this conference delivers an incomparable learning and networking experience.

Building on a vast network of partners, Afrolynk connects startups and businesses focusing on Africa and/or wanting to expand into African markets and gives opportunities to entrepreneurs, hubs, policymakers, and investors within the African/European tech ecosystems to connect and help startups and businesses to accelerate in that space.

The Afrolynk Conference is part of a full week dedicated to capacity building, exploration of partnerships and networking. Before the conference takes place, Afrolynk hosts workshops for previously selected African entrepreneurs and organizes an ecosystem tour for these entrepreneurs. Additionally, high-level representatives from within the startup-, policy- and corporate ecosystem will be invited to a private dinner ceremony prior to the main conference.


Transforming Business with Technology
Focus on Women in Tech / Businesses using technology to expand

Investment – Sustainable Growth in Business
Smart Capital, Partnerships & Other Strategies

Growth and Expansion in the Digital Economy
Scale-up Business Beyond Borders and Job Creation


  1. Main Conference, 20th September // Keynotes & Panel Discussions with ecosystem builders, investors, policy-makers and entrepreneurs
  2. Startup Night, 20th September // An evening full of startup pitches, informal networking, concluding in an African afterparty

Afrolynk Week Overview

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Afrolynk 2019

Afrolynk 2019


Sep 16 - 9:00 - Sep 20, 2019 - 20:00
Organizer AFROLYNK
Website Visit website
Location Microsoft Berlin
Under the linden trees 17, Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Targets Africa
Sectors Sector agnostic