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the 4th edition of Afrobytes will be held on May 15 at Station F in Paris

The next meeting between African Tech and World Tech, Afrobytes, will be held on May 15 at Station F in Paris, France. As an international market place, this event will be an opportunity for the best African startups to raise funds from the investors present.

This year, Afrobytes will be held at Station F in Paris on May 15. “This will bring together under one roof the best of the innovation ecosystems of English-speaking and French-speaking Africa, joined by actors from Europe, the United States and Asia,” the organizers say.

Afrobytes through its exclusive format, called “Pitch My Country”, will focus on six key markets in Africa including Ghana, Ethiopia, South Africa, Morocco, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria. “These countries will be “pitched” by high-growth start-ups selected by Afrobytes’ local partners,” the announcement continued.

Tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/afrobytes-paris-tickets-51123006288

Amine Benkeroum

A 26 yo geek from Morocco, who loves innovation, startups, new technologies and meet smart people to improve my skills and build new technologies.

Web developer, with +2 years experience in web development for big European companies, founder of Wired.Africa.

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