In March, we welcomed over 700 attendees to Cape Town for Women in Tech Africa. Let's take a look back at the highlights in photos.
Thank you for joining us at Women in Tech Africa for two days of inspirational content.
The African continent is one of the highest growth geographies in the world. It boasts a booming tech sector, a viable market, rich with entrepreneurship and innovation. Tech is shaping the future of Africa, enabling the continent to make a huge impact globally. We are proud to have hosted our first African Women in Tech World Series event in Cape Town, South Africa and look forward to returning.
Please scroll down to view highlights from the conference. If you would like to see the full collection of images, click here.
Asha Patel, Head of Marketing at Google South Africa, takes to the spotlight for her session '5 Important Career Lessons Most People Learn Too Late in Life' on Day 2.
An attendee holds her caricature, sponsored by Dell Technologies.
Software developer Sewagodimo Matlapeng delivers her speech, 'Coding Trends to Take Advantage of in 2019' on Day 2.
Sewagodimo Matlapeng and her sister pose outside The Future of Africa is Tech stage.
Audrey Chitewe, representing Deloitte Africa, takes to the main stage to talk about 'Getting Your Leadership Skills to the Next Level - Defining Your 12 Month Plan for 2019' on Day 1.
Dell Technologies' Dave Brooke delivers his workshop 'Diversity & Inclusion - Whose Problem Is It Anyway?' on Day 2.
Sally Kim, Edustore Africa CEO, delivers her talk '7 Reasons Why Robotics Should Be Taught in Schools' on Day 2.
Speakers Wambui Kinya, Sally Kim, and Caroline Mukiira attend networking drinks.
Attendees enjoy a chance to chat in the networking area.
Women in Tech Africa team member Hiywet Berhe poses with attendees Chinenye Oragwu, Egondu Nwoke, and Nnezi Ivenso.
The Day 1 MEETUP stage in full swing. 'The Hottest Tech Career Paths in 2019' was the topic up for discussion.
Attendees sit down for a spot of lunch.
Amrote Abdella, Regional Director at Microsoft 4Afrika, and Teresa Mbagaya, Principal of Investments and Education at Omidyar Network, during their discussion about the 'Top 5 Tech Investment Trends to Fuel Positive Social and Economic Impact across Africa'.
Child Africa Founder and MD Julie Solberg smiles at her sponsorship stand.
Attendees find out more about Facebook's work across the continent.