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Sevenett Sevenett LLC, a pioneering technology training company headquartered in Washington State, USA, with regional offices in Nairobi, Kenya, is thrilled to announce the launch of the inaugural Kenya-USA Tech Virtual Forum, set to occur on October 21, 2023.

The Kenya-USA Tech Virtual Forum is a momentous occasion that underscores the importance of nurturing bilateral relations and fostering cross-border collaborations between the tech industries of Kenya and the United States.

This forum will serve as a pivotal platform for industry leaders, policymakers, aspiring entrepreneurs, and technology enthusiasts to engage in substantive discussions and explore lucrative investment opportunities.

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The Kenya-USA Tech Virtual Forum aims to create an ecosystem that nurtures talent, promotes investment, and spurs groundbreaking technologies.

It promises to be a catalyst for establishing a vibrant tech ecosystem that contributes to the global competitiveness and resilience of both the Kenyan and American tech sectors.

The forum’s agenda is thoughtfully designed to address key themes, including “Unlocking Opportunities in the Tech Industry” and “Exploring the Depths of Machine Learning, AI, Data Analytics, and Cyber Security.”

These themes will be thoughtfully explored by a diverse panel of experts selected for their industry contributions, innovation prowess, and profound understanding of current and future tech trends.

The distinguished panelists for this event include:

Panel 1: Unlocking Opportunities in the Tech Industry

  1. Ambassador Thomas Kwaka – Consul General
  2. Raguvendra Anshuu – Data Analyst
  3. Robert Ng’ong’a – Trade Attaché at Kenya Embassy

Panel 2: Exploring the Depths of Machine Learning, AI, Data Analytics, and Cyber Security

  1. Prof. P.K Wamuyu – IT Professor
  2. Hon. Eng. James Rege – Telecom Engineer
  3. Mason Basset – Software Developer Edtech
  4. Oscar Okwero – Cloud and Data Security Engineer

These panelists have been carefully chosen to provide a comprehensive range of expertise, offering profound insights into the tech industry.

Government representatives will also play a pivotal role in shaping policies and creating a conducive environment for technological growth and innovation.

Participants can look forward to numerous advantages, including the opportunity to showcase their expertise, share best practices, and establish robust connections with industry peers, government representatives, and potential collaborators.

Leveraging the forum, participants can enhance their visibility, strengthen their industry presence, and gain a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory landscape.

The Kenya-USA Tech Forum is expected to foster collaboration, promote knowledge exchange, and catalyze the growth and development of a vibrant and resilient global tech ecosystem.