Moringa School to host Nairobi Tech Week

Moringa School together with other partners will be hosting the first ever Nairobi Tech Week this April 27th – 30th at Strathmore University.

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Nairobi Tech  Week is a new tech event series where leading companies in the tech industry as well as local startups will showcase what their coders are doing.

This is going to be Sub Saharan Africa’s largest tech event – from both the Twitter Developer Relations team and AngelHack partnering with Moringa to have their first events in Africa ever. In one week, we will bolster the growing tech sector and culminate the support in one place.

The event will bring to attention the work of CTOs and developers behind leading apps and services, who often get overlooked as the products they create go on to power game-changing technologies and innovations that achieve recognition and commercial success. We will have industry players discussing tech trends in finance, education, agriculture and more.

“We are so excited to launch a community-driven tech event focused on developers, tech products and the best innovations in Sub Saharan Africa. Even more so, we’re excited to bring international players like Twitter and Angel Hack and show them the incredible tech products made in the region and facilitate cross-industry and city exchanges. We welcome any forward thinking developer, entrepreneur and stakeholder in the tech sector!” Audrey Cheng, founder Moringa School.

Nairobi Tech Week will also be hosting #HelloWorld Twitter Tour where we will have twitter developers interacting with Kenyan developers around the Twitter platform. AngelHack the world’s largest and most diverse hacking community will host a 2 day Hackathon at the same event.

The early bird tickets for the event are now available