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💡Issue #144: AfroTechFest, Cross Culture VC & $168M Africa VC fund

Last weekend was the 2nd annual AfroTechFest conference which looked like a blast. I donated two tick

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

April 15 · Issue #144 · View online
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Last weekend was the 2nd annual AfroTechFest conference which looked like a blast. I donated two tickets to young people on the Flipside Project who had a great time and learned a lot!! Spaces like this are important as it introduces many people into tech and demystifies what working in and with technology is really like.
Caught up with Grapdprentice this week. They are looking for more companies to host graduates for short internships. If you would like to take part please contact me on

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