Germany-based AI accelerator, Gigaaa teamped up with AIESEC to gather entrepreneurs, investors, and some of the MENA's most successful startups - including Souq and Jumia - today at the Greek Campus.
Claiming to be the "first Artificial Intelligence (AI) event of its kind," Germany-based AI accelerator, Gigaaa, is flying to Cairo to host its networking event at the Greek Campus on July 25th. In partnership with AIESEC Egypt and with over 70 startups attending, the event is meant to introduce Gigaaa to the country's startup landscape.
"AI defines the future," this is the motto Gigaa lives by in Europe, and is aiming to carry through its journey in the Egyptian capital. "This is the first AI related event held in Egypt, for the first time, scaling Egypt's startups future taking place in the top startups hub; The Greek Campus," Assem Younes, Gigaaa's Country Manager, tells Startup Scene.
"Gigaaa's networking event is basically bringing together the leaders from Egypt's startup scene to one place," Younes says. "Introducing our intellegent personal assistant and explaining how they can integrate their services and products through our platform."
Attending startups, which include Instabug, Bosta, and Tagaddod will get to meet Gigaaa, the smart personal assistant, allowing all service providers to integrate their services to one global brand - Gigaaa's platform - a platform that is location, device, and system-independent.
A future that can be scaled through only your voice commands; typing is in the past.
This is an event for anyone looking to branch out in the Artificial Intelligence scene in Egypt, promising to gather founders, investors, CEOs and entrepreneurs in the field that has been the talk of the year if not the decade. Exploring chances of potential partnerships, Gigaaa is gathering some of the most influential startups as well as investors ad accelerators around the country including Souq.com, Jumia Egypt, R2S, Egypt Ventures, Falak, and AUC Angels.
To get invitations, e-mail Gigaaa on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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