Over the last decade mobile phones and the Internet have changed East Africa more than any development since independence. Looking ahead to the next ten years there is no reason to think technological advances will be any less disruptive.

Tech entrepreneurs will find happy homes in all manor of sectors from dragging traditional industries like agriculture kicking and streaming into the 21st century to developing products and services yet to be conceived of.


With major investments from governments and the private sector, like Kova Tech City in Nairobi dubbed Silicon Savannah, and the rise of the African tech user the sector is set to explode.


The challenge facing entrepreneurs is trying to make themselves heard across the continent or further afield in an already competitive global market.


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