9 - 11 JULY 2024

Kenyatta International Convention Centre
Nairobi, Kenya

ABOUT Africa Security Show Kenya 2024

MIE Groups has chosen Nairobi, the capital of Kenya as the host city of the upcoming Africa Security Show Kenya 2024 (AFSS Kenya 2024). Kenya is the regional leader in ICT in East and Central Africa and considered as one of the top innovation hubs in sub-Saharan Africa. The county’s vision is Nairobi being “City of choice to invest, work and live in”. Nairobi is also the country's largest city by population, 5.1 million in 2022.

Africa Security Show Kenya 2024 (AFSS Kenya 2024), will be the ideal trade platform for you to engage with key suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and industry leaders from all over the world catering to Commercial Security, Cyber Security, Safety & Health and Fire and Rescue. An exclusive opportunity to explore new territories and multiply your export activities into one of the world’s premier emerging markets. Get inspired by expert speakers and the open discussions of key topics and meet companies offering the most innovative and game changing security solutions for AI, Blockchain, 5G, IOT and enterprise Cyber Security.




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EXHIBIT

Gain new connections – emails, names, handshakes - potential clients and client inquiries, boosting your sales pipeline for the year.

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VISIT

Connect, learn, collaborate and discover the inspiration to take on challenges and unlock new business opportunities.

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SPEAK

Position yourself as a thought-leader and keep your company’s profile at the front of the industry.

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PARTNER

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AFSS Blogs

4 trends paving the way for the future of cybersecurity in South Africa

It was around three and a half decades ago that the world experienced its first major security attack. The Morris Worm shut down 10% of the internet in just 24 ...

The leading African tech moves from June 2023

Here’s why Latin American fintechs are expanding to Africa

People who buy things or services online in Africa are growing by 8.2% every year—the highest in the world, and some of the biggest Latin American fintechs are ...

Kenya’s MyDawa aims to be an all-in-one health platform backed by $20 million funding

Kenyan e-health startup MyDawa has raised $20 million from private equity investor Alta Semper Capital to expand its regional reach and product offerings with...

Hillary Namunyu: How nongreen companies can apply ClimaTech solutions

This year has seen green focused startups in Africa get more VC funding compared to other years as the world works towards reducing the effects of climate...

BasiGo expansion gathers pace with third charging station in Nairobi

E-mobility firm, BasiGo has began operating its third charging station for its electricity buses under the e-mobility tariff published by the Energy and...

Sasakazi to link small businesses with tech talent

Sasakazi is funded by the United Kingdom through the Africa Tech and Innovation Partnership (ATIP) and supported by the UK-Kenya Tech hub.

Science, Technology And Innovation Are Keys To Africa’s Development – Dr. Michael Owusu

The Chief Operating Officer of KGL Group, said Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) are key components African needs to foster economic and social...

Safaricom eyes return of interest-free loans for shopping

Safaricom is working on the return of a zero-interest credit service for the purchase of goods that was last year blocked by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK)...

M-Pesa deepens share in Safaricom revenue as voice stutters

The share of M-Pesa in Safaricom mobile service revenue has deepened to 41.5 percent as earnings from voice and text messaging came under pressure from...

Kenya’s Fingo partners with Ecobank to launch neobanking app

Kenyan fintech start-up Fingo has partnered up with Ecobank Kenya, part of pan-African banking group Ecobank Group, to launch the new Fingo Africa banking app.

Venom Foundation and Kenya Team up to Launch African Blockchain Hub

The Venom Foundation recently unveiled its strategic alliance with the Kenyan government to create a blockchain hub in Africa, focusing on the advancement of...

Reinventing Africa: Experts say AfCFTA's success will depend on country collaboration

The AfCFTA is an ambitious treaty that wants to bring African countries under one market

Kenyan Blockchain start-ups raised Sh3.5 billion last year, says repor

Kenyan Blockchain start-ups raised $25.8 million (Sh3.5 billion) in new funding last year, pointing to the sustained growth of the country’s crypto market...

Nakuru County Government is in the process of establishing a Geographical Information...

The devolved unit’s administration has indicated that the GIS system will help in getting information on the varieties of natural resources in the county and...

Crypto, NFTs tax signals Kenya’s softening stance

Kenya’s plan to introduce a three percent tax on cryptocurrencies such as bitcoins and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has sparked mixed reactions.

Mozilla invests $300 000 into Kenya start-Ups

This is part of a new Mozilla grant making mechanism, dubbed Mozilla African Innovation Mradi, which is designed to promote innovation led by and grounded in...

Ecobank Kenya Launches Fingo Africa Digital Banking Platform For African Youth

Ecobank Kenya has today announced the launch of the Fingo Africa digital banking app targeting young people in Kenya and across Africa. The app was developed in...

Kenya to benefit from EU’s Sh1b ICT project

Kenya is set to benefit from an Information Communication and Technology (ICT) project being funded by the European Union (EU) to the tune of €8 million (Sh1...

UAE’s exports to exceed Dh1 trillion by 2030

22 per cent of global corporates already source in the UAE or plan to within the next five to 10 years;

Digital Sharjah platform records 128,000 visits, 7,271 transactions

Launched in November, the smart app is rated 4.7 on App Store and 4.4 on Play Store

Dubai to adopt new integrated strategy worth $20.29bln to achieve sustainability goals

$19.20bln to be raised in partnership with the private sector

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