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Introducing AfricaTech...

Accelerating enterprise digital transformation to elevate African economies

A zoned exhibition dedicated to AI, IoT, blockchain, fintech, cloud, data centres and security, cutting-edge content and a host of networking opportunities.

What is AfricaTech?

Targeted exposure to the industry verticals that matter most to you

At the AfricaTech exhibition with dedicated technology zones for AI, IoT, Blockchain, Fintech and Data Centres.

AfricaTech features

A zoned exhibition

Featuring 100+ tech pioneers with dedicated technology zones for AI, IoT, Blockchain, Fintech & more.

IoT, AI and Blockchain

Premium conference content on the exhibition floor.

AfricaTech Centre Stage

The centrepiece of AfricaTech where technologies are examined in different industry contexts.

AfricaTech Keynotes

Industry-defining thought leadership on the AfricaTech Centre Stage.


Connecting tech start-ups, corporates and investors.

The AfricaTech VIP Village

A dedicated space for senior leaders from our enterprise audience.

Top brands from Africa's major industry verticals

At AfricaTech you will meet technology experts and business leaders spanning start-ups, scale-ups, SMEs, large corporates and multinationals across a broad range of industry verticals.

Africa Tech Centre Stage

The centrepiece of AfricaTech, examining how technology innovation can optimise systems and processes, drive efficiencies, boost productivity and delight customers in specific industry contexts such as Agriculture, Healthcare, Smart Cities and Finance.

Premium content dedicated to game-changing technologies

IoT Africa

Exploring the transformative impact of IoT on African business and society, IoT Africa brings the entire IoT ecosystem under one roof. From early adopting enterprises and inspirational governmental bodies, through to the most innovative operators and platform providers, only together can the African IoT opportunity be unlocked.

AI Summit

Powered by AI technologies, businesses are transforming the way they operate. But what is the real opportunity for your business? Where can you implement tech to maximise the benefits and how do you need to adapt to take advantage? These are the questions being addressed at the cutting-edge of business transformation in Africa.

Blockchain Africa

There is huge potential for blockchain technology in Africa. Blockchain Africa will scrutinise the blockchain business case, address practical implementation barriers and the critical challenge of scaling blockchain solutions, and provide clarify on blockchain policy and regulation in Africa.

Data Centres Africa

Data Centres Africa will deliver expert guidance on global Data Centre trends, the evolution of the African data centre ecosystem, strategies and delivery models, improving performance and reliability and powering data centres.

Fintech Africa

Discover how new technology is shaping the world of mobile payments, discuss mobile money interoperability with leading MNOs and financial institutions, learn from those at the forefront of blockchain deployment in Africa and see top quality fintech start-ups pitch their game-changing solutions.

Enterprise Digital Transformation

Identify what new technologies should be on your radar, scrutinise the business cases, discuss practical application, see real use cases, pinpoint implementation challenges and map out a winning ICT investment strategy.

Accelerating enterprise digital transformation to elevate African economies...


The AHUB programme is designed to highlight the critical role of entrepreneurship in fuelling Africa’s digital economy and connect African tech startups and scale-ups to investors and corporate partners.

Artificial Intelligence Opportunities in Africa - Free Report

This Tractica white paper focuses on the diverse range of industries and use cases that can benefit from AI in Africa and provides a blueprint for creating the right conditions for AI to succeed.