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VivaTech Forum: Africa On The Path Of Digital Revolution Through AI

Paris’ largest tech show, Vivatech, has commenced in France for the seventh consecutive year. Over 2,500 exhibitors are set to showcase their latest innovations from June 14th to 17th. The event is aimed at transforming tomorrow’s world.

Vivatech has emerged as a significant event for numerous African startups that have attended the event. Ivorian Minister of Communication and the Digital Economy, Amadou Coulibaly, has emphasized the importance of collaboration among stakeholders.

The social and cultural conditions of our continent differ from those of other continents, according to recent statements. 

According to a spokesperson for the government of Côte d’Ivoire, the aim of digital transformation is to improve the lives of people in African countries, as they share similarities.

Côte d’Ivoire has launched SACEN, the African show of startups and the digital economy, according to sources. The trade show aims to promote entrepreneurship and innovation in the region. 

The second edition of the show has been successfully held, and it is gaining momentum. The organizers are optimistic that it has the potential to become Africa’s version of Vivatech.

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Entrepreneurs are encouraged to build businesses that can stand the test of time. According to a statement, some entrepreneurs have achieved their current success by creating businesses with longevity in mind, capable of outlasting their own involvement.

The year 2023’s version has placed a greater emphasis on artificial intelligence. Africa, a continent that is at the forefront of the digital revolution, is witnessing a surge in popularity of the sector.