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Daniel Petz is a Hungarian ex-entrepreneur, London Business School alumnus, tech enthusiast who is currently working as a strategic consultant in the TMT sector of Africa. He has gained experience in Hungary, Sweden, the United Kingdom, South Africa and Nigeria. Daniel is passionate about startups, venture capital and he is currently assisting various online initiatives as a strategic advisor.
David Spark is a new media consultant and producer with more than fifteen years knowledge and experience as a journalist reporting on the tech industry in print, radio, TV, and online. His articles and advice have appeared in more than 30 publications including eWEEK, Wired News, PC Computing, PC World, and Smart Computing.
Founded in 2007, e27 is a media organization focused on the Asian technology startup industry. We believe in building the community of technology innovators across Asia by reporting on the latest, breaking news relevant to technology startups, technology companies as well as investors on the e27 blog while keeping keeping our ears to the ground by connecting with our readers on Facebook and Twitter. To further champion the Asian technology ecosystem, e27 combines its online reporting with numerous offline events that aim to inspire and connect the many people that work hard to put Asia on the global map of technology innovation.
I grew up in Kenya and Sudan. I’m one of those guys who’s much more “at home” in Africa, and I currently live in Kenya. I’m happily married and have 3 beautiful little girls that keep me on my toes. I write two main blogs: White African is my personal blog where I write about high-tech mobile and web technology change in Africa. AfriGadget is a team blog I started a couple years ago, where we talk about low-tech ingenuity and microentrepreneurs in Africa.
Paul Armstrong is Head of Social for Mindshare. Recently returning from a seven year stint in Los Angeles where he worked in-house at MySpace (Corporate Communications) he has created digital strategies and activations for Activision, Sony, 20th Century Fox, DreamWorks and Yahoo! In his spare time Paul blogs for PR Week, Wired UK and runs the @themediaisdying Twitter network which charts the ever changing media landscape.
Tech in Asia is an online technology news startup based in Asia, with team members all across the region. As a crew of journalists and bloggers with a passion for new ways of delivering the news, we’ve bonded together under one goal – to create a great Asia-focused tech news site to tell the world about the wonderful things that are happening here. Subscribe to our daily newsletter.
Founded 31 August 2012, TechMoran is a technology media company profiling Africa’s tech scene by breaking news on the latest innovative web, mobile and hardware startups and exclusively profiling the cool guys and girls behind the innovations.
Tom Foremski is a former Financial Times journalist and the Founder and Publisher of Silicon Valley Watcher, which is an online news site reporting on the business of Silicon Valley and the culture of disruption.
Trak.in is a popular Indian business blog which was started by IT professional and self-confessed internet geek Arun Prabhudesai in 2007. It has evolved into a multi-authored news and opinion site which covers topics such as enterpreneurship, startups and technology.
Venture Capital 4 Africa is the fastest growing network of entrepreneurs, Angels and VC investors, which aims to connect innovative entrepreneurs (and their ideas) with the network, knowledge and capital they need to realize their potential. Our community extends to more than 159 countries around the world. We track 400 + ventures in more than 30 African countries. Members connect with mentors, angels and VC investors.