APO Group (www.APO-opa.com), the leading pan-African press release distribution and communications consultancy service, today announced that Daniel Adeyemi from Nigeria has been invited by APO Group to attend the Africa Tech Festival in Cape Town. , South Africa, from November 7 to 11.
APO Group will offer a return ticket and accommodation in Cape Town for Daniel Adeyemi to cover the Africa Tech Festival.
The Africa Tech Festival (https://bit.ly/355VqMo) is a series of world-class tech events that includes AfricaCom, AfricaTech, AHUB, AFest, and AfricaCom Awards.
Over the past 24 years, the Africa Tech Festival has become the largest telecommunications and technology event on the continent.
The main event of Africa Tech Festival 2022 is AfricaCom, Africa’s largest live tech event with over 300 visionary speakers and 16 premium conference tracks.
In total, Africa Tech Festival 2022 will host more than 10,000 attendees and more than 300 sponsors and exhibitors for a week of strategic events.
Daniel Adeyemi is a senior reporter at TechCabal, a future-focused publication that talks in depth about African innovation and technology.
He is responsible for covering the large and high-growth technology companies operating in Africa.
He also writes research and analysis articles on the impact of technology in Africa and shares information from investors in the African ecosystem through his bi-monthly Ask an Investor column.
Daniel is curious about how technology is affecting the lives of Africans.
Before joining TechCabal, he spent the last 4 years working in the technology and consulting industry as an Accountant.
“APO Group congratulates Daniel and is proud to offer this opportunity to an experienced journalist with a rich background.
APO Group offers invitations each year to major African events as part of our commitment to supporting journalism in Africa,” says Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard (www.Pompigne-Mognard.com), founder and chairman of APO Group.
Watch the video “APO Group | Recognizing African Journalists Since 2007”: https://bit.ly/3ydxDoY The three previous recipients of the AfricaCom invitation were science journalist Aimable Twahirwa from Rwanda (https://bit.ly/3C9vNqj), journalist John Churu from Botswana (www .bit.ly/2NVy4PP), and journalist Lilian Murugi Mutegi from Kenya (https://bit.ly/3Ctwvz5).
In September 2016, reporter Aggrey Mutambo from Kenya (www.bit.ly/2RdhgSe) won the invitation from APO Group to attend the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF).
In October 2018, online news publisher Frank Eleanya from Nigeria (https://bit.ly/2YBnTBI) won the invitation from APO Group to attend Web Summit, the world’s largest technology conference.
In 2019, Ms. Oluseyi Awojulugbe from Nigeria won the invitation from APO Group to attend the Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank (http://bit.ly/2QdLwfO), Monica Nkodo from Cameroon won the invitation from APO Group to attend the 2019 EurAfrican Forum (http:/ /bit.ly/2WMyGYg) and Isaac Khisa from Uganda won the invitation from APO Group to attend the 2019 Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF).
APO Group also sponsors the African Women in the Media, the Rugby Africa Photography and Media Awards, the APO Energy Media Award (www.bit.ly/2NSbJ5D) and the APO Media Award (www.bit.ly/2DNPDfU), where a journalist earns $500 a month for one year, a laptop and an intercontinental flight ticket to a destination of your choice, as well as one year of access to more than 600 airport lounges.
APO Group is the official newswire for The Africa Tech Festival and will provide distribution and tracking for all press releases, images, video and sound bite content issued by Africa Tech Festival.
More information about the Africa Tech Festival: https://bit.ly/355VqMo.