The 2022 Africa Tech Female Founder Summit, hosted by TLcom Capital, an Africa-focused venture capital firm, will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, next month. The summit’s theme will be “Dare to do: the scale mindset,” and will have experts talking about how to grow tech businesses. It seeks to build on TLcom’s work to create a strong community of African female tech founders who can learn from and help each other. This year, the summit will be held in person, and TLcom is now accepting applications from women tech entrepreneurs in Africa and the diaspora to attend.
Meg Whitman, the US ambassador to Kenya, is one of the confirmed speakers and is set to talk about her experience scaling technology enterprises around the world. Odunayo Eweniyi, co-founder and COO of Piggyvest, is also expected to give the keynote speech at the event and discuss how she built one of Africa’s most prominent wealth tech companies. This will be followed by a panel discussion on how to use operations, people, and money to grow sustainably. Rose Goslinga of Pula will also give a masterclass on OKRs. Adia Sowho of MTN Nigeria, Radhika Bachu of Ndovu, and Tebogo Mokwena of Akiba Digital, among others, will be among the female C-suite executives and founders of Africa’s top tech companies at the summit.