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Beyond Limits Africa Announces DICE 2023: Co-Creating a Tech-Enabled Future

Beyond Limits Africa Announces DICE 2023: Co-Creating a Tech-Enabled Future (PHOTO: Techbuild.africa)
Beyond Limits Africa Announces DICE 2023: Co-Creating a Tech-Enabled Future (PHOTO: Techbuild.africa)

In a pivotal announcement, Beyond Limits Africa, in partnership with key stakeholders from the tech, business, and creative realms, has unveiled plans for the DICE (Digital Innovation & Creative Excellence) mixer.

The event, titled ‘Solve for Africa: Co-Creating a Tech-Enabled Future,’ is scheduled for November 8, 2023.

Africa, often hailed as the ‘cradle of civilization,’ faces numerous challenges, from healthcare disparities to economic inequality.

Dr. Juliet Ehimuan, the founder of Beyond Limits and the convener of DICE, stated, “We are on the cusp of a technological revolution in Africa. Harnessing this potential requires collective effort, innovation, and synergy among diverse stakeholders.”

DICE 2023 is set to bring together industry leaders and pioneers, including Dr. Bosun Tijani, Nigeria’s minister of communications and the digital economy; Funke Opeke, founder of MainStreet Technologies; and Kola Aina, general partner at Ventures Platform and chairman of the board at Lagos Angel Network.

These experts will share insights and discuss innovative strategies, as Dr. Ehimuan notes, “Our goal is to convene the brightest minds, provide a melting pot of ideas, and inspire attendees to co-create a brighter, tech-driven future for Africa.”

The event will feature an array of activities, including pre and post-event networking sessions for idea exchange, fireside chats, AMA sessions, lightning talks, and artistic performances, all designed to invigorate the audience with a keen focus on the tech ecosystem.

Beyond Limits Africa, founded by Dr. Juliet Ehimuan, is dedicated to driving digital transformation, excellence, and growth in Africa’s tech ecosystem through strategic collaborations and empowering the next generation of tech leaders on the continent.

Startups, tech giants, policymakers, NGOs, and media representatives are encouraged to mark their calendars for this game-changing event, which promises to be a transformative experience under Dr. Ehimuan’s guidance.

SOURCE: Techbuild.africa

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