Aramide Abe is an entrepreneur and the founder of a virtual sector-agnostic startup accelerator and 65k member entrepreneurship community, which has a mission to facilitate sustainable small business growth in Africa.
She will be speaking at the African Women in Technology (AWIT) conference on the ‘It’s all Digital‘ panel. Here is our little introduction of Abe to our readers:
What does technology represent to you in your chosen field?
It represents opportunities and a smarter way of working and democratizing access to information to enable startups in our community to make informed decisions to build sustainable businesses.
How long have you been exposed to the African tech field, and how has this influenced your knowledge of technological advancement in Africa?
10 years, if we talk about direct exposure and impact.
How digital do you think our society has become?
It has grown but it has a long way to go if you look at counterpart nations like Rwanda, etc. We have a large population, 40% of whom are youth and need to be empowered and equipped with digital skills and training.
How has evolving technology affected SME’s in Africa?
Technology has created access to …read more