Online-Workshop July 8, 2020:
The pandemic has shown us that we need a new mix of online/offline, physical presence/virtual exchange, face-to-face work/remote teams. Hence, with this online-workshop series, we are looking for new forms of collaboration and new business models.
1st July 2020, 16-18.15 CEST: Online-Workshop Part 2:Silicon Savannah – Why real needs make up a different digital transformation The mobile revolution in the 2000s showed the Western world something previously unknown: communication is a basic human need and enabling…
24th June 2020, 16-18.15 CEST: Online-Workshop Part 1:Rwanda – the Proof-of-Concept Country What do companies that operate successfully in Rwanda have in common? They have chosen Rwanda to innovate! The country has a government with a clear vision and a…
DATE/VENUE: 10/11/2020, 9AM TO 5PM, WIEN (BENE IDEA LAB)
More and more European companies are moving to African countries. Be successful by introducing new business models and agile methods. Learn about particularities and key success factors in a compact 1-day workshop.
The small country of a thousand hills, is a pioneer and the scene of a unique digital transformation. New developments emerge, also because old technologies and vested interests are not in their way. - A four-day learning journey.
The video documentation of the Side-Event at the 'High-Level Forum Africa-Europe' in Vienna on December 19th, 2018. Watch a 2-minutes clip with interviews and the full documentation of the introduction and the panel discussion.
FREE EVENT, BUT LIMITED SEATS MAKE REGISTRATION REQUIRED (FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE)
Silicon Savannah has become a synonym for East Africa’s vibrant entrepreneurship scene. We take the opportunity and present young African leaders to give you first-hand information on what is going on.
DATE/VENUE: 18/12/2018, 9-10.30AM, AUSTRIA CENTER VIENNA
A Side-Event at the 'High-Level Forum Africa-Europe' in Vienna. Digitization and Globalization lead to a big transformation that shapes Africa and Europe at the same time, but differently. Practitioners and experts are calling for new approaches to African-European collaboration allowing to exchange, learn and co-create.