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Invest in Women hosted by Uhuru Spaces

Promising to connect accredited investors to women owned start-ups and private companies

Hosted on the AHUB within AfricaTech

About the Event

Invest in Women in partnership with AfricaCom will be uniting female founders with a niche group of angel investors from across Africa, the global venture capital community, innovation partners and key government representatives.

This three-hour session made up of thought-provoking keynotes and panel discussions promises to connect accredited investors to your women owned start-ups and private companies for high level networking and deal-making to build successful ventures in these stages.

These meaningful conversations will encourage a point towards a more integrated fusion of the African entrepreneurship ecosystem and bridge the gap between ideas and investments.

This event is free to attend with an AfricaCom visit ticket!

Hot topics


What goes into deciding to invest in an idea?
What goes into deciding to invest in an idea?
Why I chose to be an investor
Why I chose to be an investor
Best practices of accessing global markets
Best practices of accessing global markets

Advice for female founders
Advice for female founders
Inclusive investment
Inclusive investment
The power and potential of women in tech
The power and potential of women in tech

Download the agenda

Download the agenda and examine the topics, timetable and speakers to ensure you don't miss out on this ground-breaking session for 2019!

About Uhuru Spaces

Uhuru Spaces is an African global community. Creative specialists and software developers have founded, executed and fueled this initiative with investment to realise a collective mission: to help creative companies to gain traction, grow, and scale.

In order to accomplish this, the hiatus between the interests of a community of up-and-coming African content creators or coders and that of large corporates has been traversed. We’ve curated partnerships and deals for this talent via our network of corporate relationships, allowing us to allocate local skills to corporate partners.

Uhuru Spaces meetups in cities all over the world serve to keep adding value to this process quarterly. Moreover, actionable insights may be derived from these meetings to connect the African global community in the digital space. Via hosting masterclasses and workshops for our content creators, we guide our specialists into building viable business solutions so that they can contribute to the economy.

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Interested in finding out more?

If you are interested in finding about more about this forward-thinking event, including speaking opportunities, do not hesitate to get in touch!