Cybertech to Hold First Event in Africa

Cybertech is expanding its global presence with the announcement of two new major events: Cybertech Africa, to be held in March 2020 in Kigali, Rwanda, and Cybertech China, which will be held this December in the City of Wuhan

L-R: Rwandan Minister of ICT and Innovation Paula Ingabire, Israeli Ambassador to Rwanda Ron Adam, Rwanda Convention Bureau CEO Nelly Mukazayire, and Cybertech Founder Amir Rapaport

After years of successful events worldwide, Cybertech is expanding its global presence with the announcement of two new major events: Cybertech Africa and Cybertech China.

Organized together with the Rwanda Convention Bureau, Cybertech Africa 2020 will be the first event of its kind in the region.

As a leading platform for exchanging ideas, networking and B2B opportunities for players in cyber, Cybertech Africa will look ahead at the future cyber trends and developments that are expected in sectors such as agriculture, healthcare, finance, security, and more.

Cybertech Africa 2020 will bring together industry leaders, government decision-makers, and senior executives from the region and around the world, and contribute to the cyber ecosystem being cultivated in the African continent.

The event will be held on March 24-25, 2020 at the Kigali Convention Center, Rwanda.

In another first, Cybertech is coming to China for a two-day event featuring a conference and an exhibition. Cybertech China will be held on December 10-11, 2019, in the City of Wuhan.

 

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