Annual spending by African consumers and businesses is expected to reach $6.66 trillion by 2030 due to unmet needs in the following sectors – food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, financial services, healthcare, and education.1 To unlock value and accelerate growth, African businesses must invest in technology and solutions that manage their data volumes in real time, unlocking value through insights and analytics.

Xetova is creating a new digital reality to transform supply chain management processes to be efficient, collaborative, predictable, resilient, data-driven, value driven and inclusive.

Themed “The Future of Business”, this exclusively C-suite-level Summit will host in-depth dialogues on the benefits of leveraging data insights for business impact. The event will feature industry-specific deep dives to unpack challenges and learnings from real digital initiatives, implemented by CEOs in Kenya with tremendous impact

We cannot wait to host you.


Carole Kariuki
CEO, Kenya Private Sector Alliance
Vimal Shah
Chairman, Bidco
Carol Koech
Country President,East Africa, Schneider Electric
Japheth Ogalloh
General Manager - Health, UAP Old Mutual Group
Mucai Kunyiha
Chairman, Kenya Association of Manufacturers
Seddiq Hassani
CEO LafargeHolcim Kenya, Bamburi Cement Ltd at LafargeHolcim-min
Dr. Bright Gameli
CTO, Xetova
Dr. Anastasia Nyalita
CEO, Kenya Health Federation (KHF)
Anthony Muiyuro
President and Chairman, ISACA Kenya Chapter
Anthony Okoth
MD, Xetova Healthcare Supply-Chain Initiative
Darshan Chandaria
Group Managing Director, Chandaria Industries
Bramuel Mwalo
CEO & Founder, Xetova
Dr. Eunice Gathitu
Deputy Director Pharmaceutical Services, Department of Health Products and Technology, Ministry of Health
Jibril Omar
Martin Mirero
Chief Technology Officer, AJUA™
Martin Mugambi
CEO, Citi Bank
Martin Ochieng
Group MD, Sasini
Tobias Alando
Acting CEO, KAM
Suzanne Kilolo
Chief Growth Officer, Xetova
Veselina Kracheva
Chief Innovation and Research Officer xetova Limited
Ezra Chiloba
DG, Communication Authority of Kenya
Frank Molla
Managing Director for Sub-Saharan Africa, BPC Banking Technologies
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  • July 13, 2022
  • 8:00 am - 8:05 am

    Opening Ceremony and Welcome Remarks

  • 8:05 am - 8:15 am

    Summary Findings of the CEO Perspectives report

  • 8:15 am - 8:25 am

    Insight Summit Brief and Keynote Introduction

  • 8:25 am - 8:40 am

    Keynote Remarks and Official Unveil of the CEO Perspectives Report

  • 8:40 am - 8:45 am

    Remarks on the State of the ICT Sector and Introduction to the Sessions

  • 8:45 am - 10:00 am

    Cross-Sector Roundtable

  • 10:00 am - 10:45 am

    Networking Break

  • 10:45 am - 12:20 pm


    All Breakout Sessions will take place concurrently

    • Financial Services Breakout Session
    • Manufacturing and Retail Breakout Session
    • Healthcare Breakout Session
    • Digital Government and Shared Services Breakout Session

    The Future of Business: Building Robust Insights Services to Unlock and Create Value. 2022 is already shaping the long-term outlook of the financial-services sector, and companies have a unique and time-limited opportunity to define their future. As the financial services sector becomes more and more technology-driven, a digital-first mindset is becoming a prerequisite to doing business.

    Dr. Bright Gameli

    The Future of Business: Smart Manufacturing, Value-Chain and Process Automation. The Manufacturing sector is among the hardest-hit in the current uncertain times, and successful enterprises are showing unprecedented agility, resilience and foresight in their response to the changing environment.

    Vimal Shah

    The Future of Business: Resilience through collaboration and digital interventions. In the unprecedented disruption of the healthcare sector, the use of digital technology, real-time collaboration and agility is a clear denominator for companies who successfully evolved in their strife for impact and who emerged resilient. Still, healthcare supply chains remain fragmented and investment in ICT solutions continues to be low compared to other sectors.

    Dr. Anastasia Nyalita

    The Future of Business: Resilience Through Collaboration and Information Technology. The government is the biggest buyer of goods within most value chains, and its adoption of technology impacts all companies and organizations operating within the country. Kenya has committed significant resources in this domain, and the country is now firmly on a transformation path in the area of digital government and shared services.

    Martin Mirero
  • 12:20 pm - 12:30 pm

    Short Break

  • 12:30 pm - 12:55 pm

    Summary Remarks and Vote of Thanks

  • 12:55 pm - 2:00 pm

    Networking lunch

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