AfriLabs, the leading continental network organization supporting technology innovation and startup ecosystems in Africa, is pleased to announce a significant expansion of its community. During the AfriLabs Annual Gathering in Kigali, Rwanda, a total of 27 new member hubs were introduced, strengthening the organization’s presence across North, Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western Africa.
This development underscores AfriLabs’ commitment to fostering innovation, entrepreneurship, and collaboration in the African tech ecosystem. These new member hubs will contribute to the organization’s efforts to address challenges, promote economic growth, and drive technological solutions across the continent.
AfriLabs serves as a platform that connects over 400 organizations in 50 African countries, creating a dynamic network for tech startups, entrepreneurs, and innovation centers. With the addition of these 27 hubs, the organization is set to enhance its reach and impact in the region.
The announcement was made during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Kigali, which brought together key stakeholders, leaders, and innovators from the African tech community. The event provided a platform for sharing insights, knowledge, and best practices among members, further strengthening the collaborative spirit that AfriLabs represents.
These new member hubs will play a vital role in AfriLabs’ ongoing mission to drive technology-driven solutions, support startups, and boost economic development throughout the continent. The organization’s expanding network is a testament to the growing enthusiasm and potential in Africa’s tech ecosystem.
AfriLabs remains dedicated to uniting tech hubs, incubators, and innovators across Africa, and this expansion marks a significant step towards realizing its vision of a thriving, innovative, and interconnected African tech community.
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