Ken Njoroge(Group CEO of Cellulant) to give #HBSABC Official Welcome & Opening Keynote Address at the 17th Annual Africa Business Conference at Harvard University with TWO EXCITING KEYNOTE FORMATS FOR 2015
Ken Njoroge is a Co-Founder and the Group CEO of Cellulant. He is a career entrepreneur having co-founded 3Mice Interactive Media which grew from a two-man team to a leading web development firm in East Africa. He headed 3Mice’s Technology, Strategy and Solution Development teams as its Solution Design Director. The team was responsible for conceptualizing and executing digital projects covering e-commerce platforms, content management platforms and e-business platforms for more than 50 blue chip customers in different sectors in the region. In 2000, 3Mice was acquired by Africa Online, the largest Pan-African Internet Service Provider at the time that was owned by London-Listed firm, African Lakes Corporation.
Ken started his campus schooling at the University of Nairobi’s School of Pharmacy before changing course to study Management of Information Systems at Strathmore University, in total pursuit of his passion for Connected Computing. Ken has led Cellulant from a dream of two founders, one whose plan was sketched on a serviette in 2003, to a reputable mobile commerce firm in Africa.
The 17th Annual Harvard Africa Business Conference will be held in Boston, from February 27th to March 1st, 2015 and will continue the tradition of thought-provoking content and professional networking with inspirational people. This year, our goal is to facilitate a more practically useful experience for our attendees, and we are aiming to build on last year’s innovations to make this possible. We hope you will benefit from the new venture competition, interactive panel sessions, and a targeted networking lunch that will allow you to make connections that will be useful beyond the weekend.
This year’s theme “A More Inclusive Africa: the pursuit of progress for all” #HBSABC
OTHER KEYNOTE SPEAKERS at the #HBSABC
Fred Swaniker – Serial Entrepreneur. Mr. Swaniker is ranked among the “top 10 young power men in Africa” by Forbes Magazine, and is training Africa’s future decision-makers, politicians, entrepreneurs, scientists and Nobel Prize winners.
Arunma Oteh – Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nigeria. Ms. Oteh has held a variety of high level positions in finance, and was elected Chairperson, Africa Middle East Regional Committee (AMERC) of the International Organization of Securities Commissions.
In addition to the keynotes, the Africa Business Conference will provide a variety of engaging and interactive panels exploring topics such as entrepreneurship, agriculture, healthcare, consumer products, education, finance, and infrastructure. EnovativeTV will film select panel discussions as well as interview panelists and attendees, providing insights on the latest economic trends in Africa. These highlights and the keynote speeches will remain available to the public on the ETV NETWORK after the event.
Serge Vallet, Chief Executive Officer of EnovativeTV said “EnovativeTV is proud to be a media sponsor of the Harvard Business School Africa Business Conference – by streaming live the keynotes and select panel discussion, we can expand the reach of this insightful business conference to the African Diaspora in North America and Africans in Africa.” http://www.enovativetv.com