Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative rebrands to UVU Africa to recognise new pan-African approach

The Cape Innovation and Technology (CiTi), recognised along with its Bandwidth Barn as Africa’s oldest tech incubator, has rebranded to UVU Africa to mark its new pan-African approach.

 

Established in 1999, CiTi works with government, academia, business and society to promote inclusive growth of the digital economy, and has significantly impacted the growth of the Cape Town and South African technology and entrepreneurship ecosystem.

 

The newly-rebranded UVU Africa is extending and evolving its work throughout the African continent with the ambition of impacting multiple African countries over the next 20 years, with the rebrand celebrated with an event earlier this week attended by 200 ecosystem partners, government supporters and funders.

 

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