To strengthen and empower young tech-entrepreneurs, kLab in partnership with GDG Kigali organizes a critical initiative that gathers technology startups and successful technology anchors;
The tech startups-innovators showcase their projects, execution systems ,benchmarking, and connect with the guests for productive discussions and connections, bridging them to sustainability in the technology ecosystem.
With a deeper dive into the technology ecosystem, Yeetah Kamikazi started serving
as the exports and partnership director at the Rwanda ICT chamber, taking utter
responsibility for deepening digital and technology innovation in the country;
moreover responsible for sustaining partnerships that play a major role in
supporting the framework of technology companies, from the startup stage to the
With more than four years of experience, Yeetah is a champion in advice and
technology startup facilitation; since joining kLab, Yeetah has overseen several
startup companies, where she contributed to the sustainability of these companies
through bridging the technology startups into the national technology ecosystem,
diversifying their market scalability, and connecting the young entrepreneurs to the
global digital and technology system.
Yeetah holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics—earned from the University of
Rwanda, with a specialization in international economics and trade. This gives her
adequate capacity to support technological advancement through discovering
viable opportunities for technology companies and empowering the youth from the
transformation to the flourishment stage.
Personally, Yeetah is a passionate, ambitious, and futuristic woman, aspiring to
support the digital and technology transformation on the continent; Yeetah values
offering viable support to young technology entrepreneurs, for it's the cornetstone
of the future of technology.
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