SAHARA SPARKS 2018 + AFRILABS ANNUAL GATHERING 2018

Sahara Sparks 2018 + AfriLabs Annual Gathering 2018 is a joint event co-organized by Sahara Sparks and AfriLabs.

Sahara Sparks is the largest innovation and technology entrepreneurship event in Africa. The event is an avenue for discussion around technological trends and the use of technology to impact the community and drive positive changes. The event also provides a platform for African startups to pitch and showcase their products to investors and potential partners. 2018 is themed, "Innovation in The Data Age".

AfriLabs is the largest network of innovation spaces and tech hubs across the African continent. Sahara Sparks brings together young African leaders in Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship in one platform. This year’s event will bring together speakers, investors, startups, and attendees from across the African continent.

Contact Details

Vanessa Kisowile
Team Lead | Sahara Sparks
Mob | +255 744 828 241
Mail | vanessa@saharasparks.com

Get Your Tickets

Are you a startup from Tanzania Looking to scale up?. Or ooking to Accelerate your Business connections Be fully Sponsored to join Sahara Sparks 2018.

Students

Get your student ticket here. The opportunity for individual students or groups attending the event. The ticket costs 50,000 TZS per person for two days.
 

Attendees

Get your individual ticket here. The opportunity for anyone looking to attend and enjoy. The ticket costs 100,000 TZS per person for two days.
 


Startups

Get your startup ticket here. The opportunity for startup teams looking to attend the event. The ticket costs 200,000 TZS per two people for two days.


Investors

Get your investor ticket here. The opportunity for investors looking to invest on startups. The ticket costs 500,000 TZS per two people for two days.
 


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“We have the will, the reason and the ability to do so” | The Late Julius K. Nyerere