MODE was honoured to be represented at the African Women in Technology conference, held at the Chandaria Business and incubation centre. It ran from the 21st -22nd July 2016. While spotlighting influential leaders in tech innovation, creativity, and leadership, attendees also had an opportunity to have their questions discussed in an open forum. The event brought together women from technology based industries, from software developers, to database managers and techpreneurs.
Our goal is to level the playing field for women by giving them access to leaders who are changing the face of technology, and actionable tactics that they can use to achieve long term success in the tech industry,” said Anie Akpe, the founder of African Women in Technology.
Antony Kanyoko, who represented MODE on the Fintech Panel urged women to step out confidently into the tech world. “Understand the problem your target market is experiencing. Your Product must solve that problem”, he added.
The African Women in Technology aims at Supporting Women in Tech Across Africa to Positively to Support their Communities Positively. Women in Tech Africa has membership of women in over 30 countries in Africa and has physical Chapters in Ghana, Kenya and London.