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Digital has been touted as the future for several years however, the pandemic has accelerated change and made it a key component of navigating the present.
Digital disruption has been a hot topic for years, it has always seemed like the world is on the precipice of radical transformation in this regard yet never quite reached the tipping point. The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally transformed the way that people have done business, which on the surface appears to be the tipping point.
The Coronavirus upended the operation of the world as we know it and with two thirds of European countries going into their second lockdown, it seems the worst is not yet over. A key to navigating this new normal has been a global shift to increased reliance on digital.
Taking place in Cape Town on the 13 - 14 May 2020, the awards ceremony, which places South Africa on the tech global map, recognises and celebrates those companies, and individuals which have demonstrated excellence in the area of innovation and development. Last...
After the success of its inaugural event in 2019, Africa Tech Week - being held in Cape Town 13 - 14 May this year – has been rated as one of the top summits to attend in 2020 by Ventureburn. Read the full article here:...
Alderman James Vos, City of Cape Town Mayoral Committee Member: Economic Opportunities and Asset Management CAPE TOWN – Africa Tech Week will bring together entrepreneurs, investors and leaders of the tech world to equip them and their organisations with the tools...
My reflections on Africa Tech Week 2019 ExQ SURVEY RESULTS ANNOUNCED IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – Africa Tech Week, Topco Research, xTech.Institute and ExO Works are excited to announce the results of their research to determine the exponential quotients (ExQs) for...
My reflections on Africa Tech Week 2019 By Will Green, CEO of Co.Lab I was fortunate enough to attend and speak at this year’s Africa Tech Week that was held in Cape Town on the 4th and 5th of March. Before my speech, I polled the audience to find out if they...
Cape Town, 28 January 2019. AFRICA TECH WEEK, speaking to all start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises, business organisations, national and regional entities focused on digital disruption, is set to become the largest annual tech conference in Africa. The...