The 4IR Message

How does Africa leverage indigenous innovation and relevant technology to boost and improve economic development? In which ways can the continent's youth dividend and professional workforce be gainfully engaged with the Future of Work?

With the ratification of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), what are the true opportunities for a Single African Market and how are countries negotiating to facilitate, foster & amplify local products and services of Africans for Africans on the continent to scale?

The effort to realize the continent's economic potential from raw materials and a growing youthful population needs to be deliberate, strategic and sift through which aspects of converging technology, industry 4.0 or the 4th industrial revolution can be prioritized and leveraged for a sustainable impact for the continent's prosperity.

Our promise is to interrogate, research, analyze and execute on collaborative pathways in the developmental wellbeing commitments to Africa's citizens.

Emmanuel Gamor, Entrepreneur, Kanea - EdTech, South Africa speaking during the Session "Last-Mile Learning" at the Annual Meeting 2019 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 22, 2019. 
 Congress Centre - Agora. 
 Copyright by World Economic Forum / Sandra Blaser

Next Steps...

We are collaborating with relevant stakeholders to build a pan-African ecosystem for innovation and entrepreneurship. Contact us: info@4irafrica.co | @4irafrica_

Africa's Data Revolution

"Africa's data revolution will be truly realized when there is localization & translation of content so that young people on the continent may adapt technology to truly suit our needs." E. A. Gamor, World Economic Forum on Africa 2015. Cape Town, South Africa.

Ghana risks losing its competitive advantage on the global stage if it fails to identify the unique opportunities technological advancements offer.

GBC 24 Interview with Moomen Tonight on Ghana Broadcasting Corporation.

Over 3,000 participants including leaders and luminaries such as Sir David Attenborough, Shinzo Abe, Angela Merkel, Prince William and Jacinda Ardern gathered in Davos for the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2019.