April 24, 2024

Launching the first specialized summit for workers in the field of technology, 2024

Egypt: Cairo post, News desk

Sprints, the top firm in the field of educational technology, is hosting the “TechShift Summit 2024,” the first of its type in this sector, which will take place next February 10 at the Greek Campus of the American University downtown.

The summit’s goals are to create awareness about technological education, bridge the gap between the abilities required by businesses and growing cadres in the labor market, and improve the efficiency of recent graduates. To be able to earn according to the most recent labor market criteria in Egypt while also competing internationally.

The TechShift Summit brings together many key technology executives in one distinguished event to promote technological talent and equip them with everything they need to change the future of employment in the field of technology on a global scale. The summit is organized around three major themes: technical innovation, the effects of various technologies on society, and technological employment.

It is noteworthy that the Sprints platform has successfully graduated thousands of technology workers and assisted them in obtaining jobs in major international companies with distinguished salaries, as well as winning many awards from the world’s largest and most accredited entities in the field of educational technology and startup companies, one of which was named one of Africa’s top three startups in Africa’s Business Heroes Competition.

Engineer Ayman Bazraa, founder and CEO of Sprints, emphasized that the Techshift Summit is an excellent platform for everyone to exchange experiences, particularly for new graduates looking to get a head start in the workplace.

More than 150 speakers from the technology sector will participate in over 30 discussions at the summit, covering a wide range of topics such as embedded systems, cybersecurity, programming, game development, artificial intelligence, data science, software testing, and technological inclusion.

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