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The Future is Now – Insights on Work & Gig Economy

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The Future is Now – Insights on Work & Gig Economy

Insights and expert views from a diverse group of industry experts plugging in to various touch points of the industry and covering the current state of play in the gig economy across Africa and what opportunities are ahead. The Future is Now – Insights On Work & The GIG Economy featuring Amadou Daffe – CEO from Gebeya, Paul Kimani – CEO from Workpay, Richard Oyome – Co-Founder & COO from Raenest, Ferdinand Dragtstra – Innovation Business Development Director from CloudPay, and moderated by Uyoyo Edosio – Principal ICT and Innovation Expert from African Development Bank.

On February 15th & 16th 2023 Africa Tech Summit hosted ATS Nairobi with 1350 attendees from 59 countries who listened and learned from 155 speakers across 59 sessions. It was a jam packed few days of keynotes, masterclass sessions, fireside chats, panels and pitches. View the session from across the Africa Money and Defi Summit, Africa Startup Summit and Mobile & App Summit here.

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Source: Africatechsummit.com

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