Workshop & Events

15  DEC  2016  BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

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Conference Presentation

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          The Schedule

          WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

          Amb. AJ. Bramdeo (TBC)

          Her Excellency Amb. Mirijam Blaak

          Witness three high energy female led Start-ups that were selected from the DAW Training as they pitch their winning products.

          1. Isidro Laso - "Technology Policy for Tech Start-ups Across Europe." 2. Marie Chantal Uwitonze from African Diaspora - "How ADNE can Help to Develop and Leverage DAW for E-growth." 3. Phillipe Develoder, IT and African Technology Development Coach at UCB - "How is UCB Working With African Entrepreneurs to Develop More Digital Solution to Health Care." 4. Amb. Mirijam Blaak as Head of Mission to Uganda - "What Is Next For African Women in Tech."

          Annie Mutamba -Moderator

          Participate and challenge yourself on your knowledge of successful African Female Leaders.

          1. Rosario Robinson, Director of Community at Anita Bourg Institute - "More Than Global Woman in Computing." 2. Christelle Pandazyla, Founder and Editor in Chief of Just Follow Me Magazine - "Where are the Diaspora African Women in Tech?" 3. Rosanna Kurrer, MIT Master Trainer and Co-founder of DLI - " Where Does Tech Fit In Business For Women?" 4. Haweya Mohammad, Co-founder of Afrobytes Paris Accelerator - "Africa and Digital Wave of Technology." 5. Chantal Kamatari - "Banking Sector and Commitment to CSR: Driving developments for entrepreneurs." 6. Google Rep - TBD - "Venture Capital for Africa and Europe: Committing to Women in Tech."

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