From large corporates to start-ups, AppsAfrica are seeking to uncover the industry’s best in class across the continent. Who is disrupting Africa? What is the best app or fintech solution? Which company is making a real social impact?
Applications are welcome across the following 12 categories;
- Disruptive Innovation Award
- Best Social & Messaging Award
- Best African App Award
- Enterprise Solution Award
- News & Entertainment Award
- Educational Award
- Fintech Award
- Social Impact Award
- Brand Campaign Award
- mCommerce Award
- Changing Africa Award
Entries will be judged by an independent panel of African experts including tech editors, entrepreneurs and investors. The shortlisted finalists will be showcased in front of an international audience of industry leaders and media at the third Awards party in Cape Town, November 6th on the eve of AfricaCom. Winners receive a prestigious Award, global media exposure across multiple media channels and a host of other benefits.
The deadline for entries is September 11th, with the shortlisted finalists announced at the end of September 2017.
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