Microsoft hosts Campus Connect Summit in Nairobi, Kenya

Mar 1, 2019

The first Campus Connect Summit, A Microsoft Education Partner Summit takes place in Nairobi.

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Microsoft hosted a 2 day education partner summit in Nairobi at the Villa Rosa kempinski hotel. The event brought together over a hundred Microsoft education partners, educators and from across the country.

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Preparing graduates for 21st Century panel discussion led by (from Left) Michael Rasugu with panelist Audrey Cheng, Henry Hickman, Nancy Mokua and Sebuh Haileleul.

Conversations of the day higned on the theme; Digital Transformation in Higher Education – Future Trends and Best Practices. Through panel discussions and keynotes that explored Microsoft’s technologies enabling digital transformation in Education. Including Other Microsoft Education Partner solutions addressing challenges in Higher Education.

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Claudia Johnston, Microsoft Education Sector Enterprise Channel Manager, Sub Saharan Africa speaking at event.

Sharing on Microsoft’s Vision in Education was Simon Ouattara, Education Lead MEA Multi Cluster Countries. He said “At Microsoft we have made a commitment to impart digital skills to 10 million youth across MEA in the next three years”.

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The event saw Microsoft highlighting products like Microsoft Azure, LinkedIn and Microsoft 365.

Image Credit : Kursat Gunenc, Microsoft