Injini – Africa’s EdTech Accelerator and Think Tank and its partners will be hosting the African EdTech Community Event on Thursday, 25 November 2021.
This will be a hybrid event of online and in-person sessions carefully curated to tackle some of sub-Saharan Africa’s pressing challenges in education through dialogue and engagement with various stakeholders across the EdTech ecosystem in the region.
Kick-off Breakfast (10:00am – 11:30am) – Closed event.
This is an invite only in-person networking breakfast session with friends of Injini.
Working with the Public Sector: A focus Group Discussion (12:30 pm – 1:30 pm) – Closed event.
To be hosted online and in-person. This focus group discussion will explore the different ways in which educators, school leaders, and the government can work with EdTech founders in the rollout of education technology solutions in schools. A great opportunity for entrepreneurs to engage with teachers, school administrators and other key enablers of implementation to gain valuable feedback.
What Works in African EdTech – A Keynote Address: (3:00 pm – 3:20 pm) – Open, public event and streamed on YouTube.
EdTech Founder’s Conundrum: (3:30 pm – 4:15 pm) – Open, public event and streamed on YouTube.
A panel discussion on balancing social impact and commercial returns.
Mukundi Lambani, Founder and CEO Ambani Africa
Luke Mostert, Senior Investment Associate 4Di Capital
Christopher Hosken, Founder, CEO Startup School
This event will provide a platform for key stakeholders in the EdTech community to connect with each other and share their knowledge, experiences, opinions and highlight some of the exciting innovations from the continent.