• Sprints’ TechShift Summit 2024, scheduled for February 10th at the prestigious Greek Campus in Cairo, aims to bridge the gap between industry-demanded skills and those possessed by junior tech professionals, fostering local and global competitiveness.
• This pioneering event not only enhances the expertise of senior tech experts but also amplifies local employment prospects, positioning attendees to excel in the global tech arena.
• Structured around three core tracks – technological innovation, societal impacts of technology, and technological employment – the summit offers a comprehensive platform for knowledge exchange and professional growth, featuring over 60 talks, workshops, and panel discussions led by 150+ speakers from pioneering technology companies.
Sprints, the EdTech platform, is set to host the TechShift Summit 2024 on February 10th at the innovation hub of the Greek Campus, Cairo, aiming to bridge the gap between the skills demanded by companies and those possessed by junior tech professionals in the job market.
This event marks a significant milestone in the industry that enhances senior tech experts’ expertise and exposure.
The summit not only enhances local employment opportunities but also positions attendees to compete globally.
The summit is structured around three core tracks: technological innovation, societal impacts of technology, and technological employment.
Sprints has a proven track record of graduating thousands of tech professionals and facilitating their employment at leading tech companies worldwide.
Through collaborations with governments across the US, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Gulf region, Sprints has spearheaded national and international initiatives to empower youth with future-ready skills.
The summit promises to feature over 60 talks, workshops, and panel discussions, with over 150 speakers from pioneering technology companies discussing a wide array of topics, including artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, programming, data science, game development, software testing, embedded systems, and technological inclusion.
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