#BroadbandConversation: The Future of Jobs & Productivity in Africa
With expected increase in broadband capacity across Africa thanks to COVDI-19 induced realities, is Africa finally about to embrace the Future? #BroadbandConversation by @StartupSouthNG returns on Friday July 10 at 1300(W.A.T) to discuss The Future of Jobs & Productivity in Africa.
Panelists include Aniedi Udo-Obong (Program Manager, Developer Ecosystem, Sub-Saharan Africa, Google), Gillian Ezra (Head: Partner Success & Marketing Simfy Africa), Sean Burrowes, (Co-Founder, Ingressive For Good), Kingsley Eze (CEO, Tenece Professional Services) & Uche Aniche (Convener, #StartupSouth).
According to the World Economic Forum’s Human Capital Index – Sub-Saharan Africa currently only captures 55% of its human capital potential, compared to a global average of 65%. With more than 60% of its population under the age of 25, Sub-Saharan Africa is the world’s youngest region.
The same repot projects that by 2030, the continent’s working-age population will increase by two-thirds, from 370 million adults in 2010 to
over 600 million in 2030.
Register to join us: event.startupsouth.org/ssfj