Glenn Gillis a Keynote Speaker at this Year’s Virtual Campus Party
Our CEO Glenn Gillis was recently invited to be a Keynote speaker at this year’s virtual Campus Party.
Campus Party is an online event in more than 30 countries simultaneously that lasts 24/h for 3 days, mixes online talks with virtual experiences and launches a single global challenge with the aim to connect all the young innovators around the globe using technology to support society.
If you missed the live broadcast we have you covered, watch the talk here:
The energy crisis in South Africa and the increased risk of a total grid collapse have brought forward some interesting conversations around alternative energy sources,and environmentally sustainable business and lifestyle options.
Big banks once had almost unmatched dominance over the global financial sector. It allowed them to build glittering skyscrapers as their headquarters and helped transform London’s Canary Wharf from disused docks into what is probably Europe’s preeminent financial hub. In recent years, however, that dominance has come under threat from challenger and neo-banks, as well as from innovative fintech startups.
In Africa, the internet economy has the potential to grow to $180 billion by 2025, or – 5.2% of the continent’s GDP. While digital transformation remains one of the continent’s foremost drivers of economic growth. Africa’s fintech sector, for example, has the potential to produce answers to many problems that Africans face, whether it be the continent’s low savings rate or the improvement of financial inclusion.