|Date||Apr 19, 2020: 20:00 - 21:00 •|
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Techne, the Alexandria-based tech startup platform behind the Mediterranean region’s leading startup event TechneSummit, is launching TechneBytes. The new series of online interviews with international experts will be every Sunday and Tuesday having interesting interviews with industry experts from all around the world to help all entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurship community start or take the next steps in their journey especially through these tough times!
This week on TechneBytes, We’re talking investment!
This Sunday with Tomi Davies, President of African Business Angel Network – ABAN, and we will have a special interview about “What startup founders should know about exits”.
Tomi Davies is an entrepreneur, writer, speaker, mentor, investor, and advocate of technology, education, mobile tech and Africa at large. He is the CEO of TVCLabs, a technology business accelerator based in Lagos, and also sits on various boards including those of Sproxil, Strika Entertainment, TechnoVision Communications, and PeoplePrime.
Time: Apr 14, 2020 at 8:00 PM EET
Stay tuned for more details and make sure to sign up in the link.
Before their pivot online, Techne had taken over Alexandria every year since 2017, with TechneSummit’s last iteration bringing 9,000 entrepreneurs, investors and key startup community stakeholders to the coastal city. It also featured the Startup World Cup, where Egyptian startup PraxiLabs won the chance to pitch for a $1 million dollar investment in the Grand Finale, this year in Silicon Valley.