Branch, Flutterwave, BitPesa, Others to Lead Fintech Engagement at London’s Africa Tech Summit

Leading financial technology companies in Africa will be speaking at this year’s edition of Africa Tech Summit in London.

The fintech companies are Branch, Flutterwave, Lidya, JUMO, BitPesa, Yoko, and Onefi

Africa Tech Summit London is an international technology gathering that provides unrivalled insight, networking and business opportunities for African and international tech leaders and investors who want to drive growth in Africa.

The summit was launched in 2016 to connect tech ventures, investors, corporates and entrepreneurs to drive business and investment forward.

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The conference that is in its fourth edition will explore latest trends, connect over 250 key stakeholders from across the continent through keynotes, breakout sessions and networking events.

Founder, Africa Tech Summit, Andrew Fassnidge said that all invited African guests will join Africa Tech Summit London to launch trading at London Stock Exchange on the morning of the London Summit.

Speaking on the conference, Business Development Manager, Africa – Primary Markets, London Stock Exchange, Manji Cheto said that they are delighted to support the Africa Tech Summit.

According to Cheto, “London is home to a fast-growing community of tech firms from across the world choosing our markets to help finance their future development and we are committed to helping companies realize their potential.

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“London Stock Exchange Group also has a long history of supporting the development of African capital markets and international investment in African companies that include our companies to Inspire Africa report to showcase inspirational and entrepreneurial businesses from a wide variety of countries and industries, including technology, and celebrates the success stories behind one of the world’s fastest growing markets.”, Cheto said.