Geospatial technology is already becoming a darling of the business world according to Laban in his Interview with Geosymp in March, 2017. Think about more direct business models such as Uber, Sendy, OkHI , services led models such as Google Maps services or software based companies such as Esri. Businesses are fast adopting location-based services and monetizing them. Over the past 18 years, that Willy has worked in the industry, he has definitely learnt a lot about how best young innovators in this field can take advantage of the fast-moving wave.
Having started out close to 18 years ago, Willy has amassed experience in providing business services in geospatial industry and will be sharing this experience as he appears at the Fireside Chat on the October 27, 2017 / 6:00 PM. This will include his journey through founding 3 Geospatial Companies, Oakar Services, Esri Eastern Africa and now Spatiality.
The Fireside Chat will be hosted by Startup Grind Nairobi, the largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 400,000 founders in over 200 cities. Startup Grind nurtures startup ecosystems in 85 countries through events, media, and partnerships with organizations like Google for Entrepreneurs. The cornerstone of this global community is monthly events featuring successful local founders, innovators, educators and investors who share lessons learned on the road to building great companies.
Join us for this Fireside Chat over a lot of coffee or beer as we learn from Willy’s experience.
6.00 PM: Networking and Drinks
7.00 PM: The Fireside Chat
8.00 PM: More Networking
To register, follow this link: https://www.startupgrind.com/events/details/startup-grind-nairobi-presents-willy-simons-on-monetizing-geo-spatial-tech#/
For more information contact;
- Betty Mutimba ~ Betty is Africa Regional Director for Startup Grind and runs the Nairobi chapter.
- Caroline Akoth ~ Caroline is a Co-Director for Startup Grind Nairobi. She’s enthusiastic about Geo-spatial technology and currently works at a GIS Firm where she is in charge of Non-profit organizations in Eastern Africa.