ABOUT BLACK TECH DAY
We are excited to introduce you to an engaging and educational experience designed for families and companies. In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, the communication gap between parents and children within households has widened. At our event, we aim to bridge that gap by providing entertainment for the whole family while imparting valuable knowledge.
Recognizing the need to address this issue, we have organized this event as a preview of what's to come in the near future with our upcoming Technology Centre. This center will serve as an educational hub, focusing on topics such as finances, gaming education, and social media, presented in a fun and entertaining manner.
Over the past 18 months, we have dedicated ourselves tirelessly to curating this unique event, aimed at teaching, fostering interaction, and creating lasting memories. Throughout this time, we have actively participated in numerous tech, education, and gaming events. This hands-on experience has allowed us to identify the missing elements that prevent communities from feeling fully included and benefiting from these opportunities.
Our mission is to provide families, businesses, and young people with the financial education they need to identify and pursue future tech opportunities, thus enhancing their career prospects. Furthermore, we have identified the stark underrepresentation of Black CEOs and Black individuals within the tech industry. We are determined to change this narrative and shift the percentages by creating an event that offers opportunities and education to the underprivileged community.
Join us for this exciting 2-day event where you and your family will have the chance to explore cutting-edge technology, learn valuable skills, and engage in interactive workshops. Together, let's embrace the power of education, technology, and community to shape a brighter future for all.
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