Afrobytes brings together entrepreneurs, business executives, CEOs, academics, innovators, investors, venture capitalists, tech enthusiasts and media to explore business opportunities between the African tech ecosystem and players in the global tech world.

#Afrobytes is a Marketplace to meet key players of the African Tech Industry.

Join us to discover, learn, network, and be inspired by the latest trends in the African Tech Industry.

People from all over the world, who believe that the next big digital and human adventure will take place in Africa, participate in Afrobytes annual Tech Marketplace.

Africa is quickly changing and African consumers are becoming global trendsetters. Analysts agree that the rising African middle class offers huge market opportunities.

Growth in business technology across the continent is leading the way. Today, Africa leapfrogs over old technologies and is catching up in the technological race.

We gather startups, founders, investors, and executives who have a passion for growth and innovation.

If you aim to find yourself at the starting point of the African digital growth curve, to innovate for transformational user experiences, or to accompany the African consumer emergence and digital empowerment, then Afrobytes offers you a vibrant and motivating framework to connect with people like you.

"It's the first time we have such an event in Paris"

Rebecca Enonchong

Afrobytes provides a unique platform to connect with startups and explore trends in African markets.

Afrobytes is committed to creating a space where sponsors, speakers, and attendees are able to authentically connect, network, and explore possibilities.

Don't miss this opportunity to meet African Tech Industry leaders all looking to find new partners and sign deals.

If you are interested in partnership opportunities, get in touch with us and let's figure out what proposition could perfectly match your objectives.

What to expect at Afrobytes

We Are Afrobytes

The Rise Of The African Tech Industry

Inside the world's largest startup campus

Women Who Shape The Market

Demonstrate The Value

Ben White, founder of VC4 Africa

We do it with purpose

Fatoumata Ba, Founder and CEO, Janngo

Claude Grunitzky, Chairman, True Africa

Maya Horgan-Fomodu, Venture Investor

A Lot Of Brilliant African Folks

Rebecca Enonchong, CEO, AppsTech

Aphrodice Mutangana, kLab Rwanda

Ashley Lewis, Accion Venture Lab

Rachel Balsham, MFS Africa

Sheilah Birgen, iHub Nairobi

Stephan Breban, Dean Wetton Advisory

Pierre Gattaz, BusinessEurope

Trailer: Afrobytes conference 2017


With 34,000 sq meters, 3000+ desks in the startup zone, 30 international startup programs, and + 1000 startups hosted, Station F is the world’s biggest startup campus. It is the only startup campus gathering a whole entrepreneurial ecosystem under one roof.


Professor of Economics at INSEAD