TM CON 2023: Redefining Africa's Tech and Media Landscape through Innovation and Collaboration


TM CON 2023 took center stage in Abuja, Nigeria, on November 11, 2023, gathering over 1,000 creators from across Africa to redefine the narrative of the continent's Tech and Media Landscape.

Building on the success of its groundbreaking 2022 edition, TM CON once again brought together visionaries from the media and tech industry, creating an atmosphere charged with the energy of innovation and collaboration.

The event, a canvas for creators to paint their aspirations and share visions for the future, unfolded from revealing the secrets of building global brands in the first session to the riveting closure on mental health titled “Creative Juice, Maintaining the Flow” — a masterclass in the business of creativity and technology.

Industry titans like Steve Gukas, Eddie Madaki, Dapa Ayo-Adeusi, Bizzle Osikoya, Dr. Foy, Folarin Aluko, Tope Salami, Yemisi Isidi, and Maryam Bukar presented a diverse array of valuable insights.

The African Stories session, led by Steve Gukas and Elijah Affi, explored how technology transforms from a tool into a transformative force in the hands of experts.

At the core of the event was the launch of Digital Native Africa — a platform designed to empower, inspire, and educate the future leaders of Africa’s tech industry.

Digital Native Africa, with a mission to unlock the potential of African youth, aims to unleash their innovation and skills, ensuring they are well-prepared for the demands of the modern workforce. The platform offers features such as Courses, Certificates, and Skill Badges, along with a Learning Path tailored to one’s chosen career, talent matching, connecting users with great job opportunities, and more.

The impact of TM CON 2023 goes beyond the conference, creating a ripple effect that stirs the creative community to dream bigger, think bolder, and collaborate more passionately. As the echoes of TM CON 2023 linger, one thing is certain: the creative landscape has been reshaped, and the reverberations will be felt for years to come.

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