Karim Adeyemi Foundation To Sponsor Ibadan Tech Expo



    As part of efforts to drive transformative change in the country, Karim Adeyemi Foundation, an Ibadan-based not-for-profit organisation, is set to sponsor the maiden edition of Ibadan Tech Expo.

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    The event, dubbed the biggest tech gathering in the state, is expected to be a convergence of thought leaders, tech trailblazers, policymakers, and individuals passionate about the intersection of technology, progress, and innovation.

    Speaking on the decision to sponsor the event, KAF’s Chief Operating Officer,
    OlaOlu Adedayo explained that the organisation is poised to channel the creative minds of the tech community toward shaping the future of football and education.

    “Karim Adeyemi Foundation envisions a world where technology plays a pivotal role in advancing football, education, and the overall empowerment of individuals and underserved communities alike,” the COO was quoted saying in a press release on Monday.

    “We are thrilled to collaborate with the brilliant minds in the tech industry to drive innovation, facilitate transformative change, and make a lasting impact.”

    The organisation also announced that to encourage widespread participation and engagement, it is offering 50 free event tickets to individuals and tech start-ups eager to attend the event scheduled for September 9, at the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan.

    “These tickets will be made available through KAF’s social media channels, underscoring the foundation’s commitment to inclusivity and accessibility,” the organisation noted.

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