Diving deep into the Africa tech scene to better understand the challenges and opportunities and to build bridges between Europe and Africa, VivaTech welcomes back AfricaTech for the second year running with:

- More than 160 startups from the African continent
- A dedicated program track Thursday morning on Stage Y (Hall 2)
- The Africatech Lab with Sanofi, Total, Vinci Energies and Société Générale;
- Country pavilions: Algeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo will be in attendance for the first time, along with Mauritius, Morocco, Rwanda, Senegal, and Tunisia.

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20 nationalities will be in attendance with pavilions at this edition of VivaTech:
Algeria, Armenia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco, Mauritius, Québec, Rwanda, Senegal, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and the United Kingdom


Delegations from 16 countries and international institutions are attending VivaTech:
Armenia, Australia, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, , European Union, Germany, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Québec, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States


Covering Viva Technology in 2019:

African Business - Bloomberg Media - CNBC - CNN - EuroNews/AfricaNews - EET - Financial Times - GründerSzene - Handelsblatt - i24News - Le Temps - Politico - Sifted - Sprout - TechCrunch - TechEu - The Wall Street Journal - The Washington Post - Wired - AFP - Acteurs Publics - Business O Feminin - CBNews - France Info - Konbini - L’ADN - L’Equipe - L’Etudiant - L’Usine Digitale - Le Parisien - Maddyness - Marie-Claire - Mind - RFI, France 24, France Media Monde - RTL - Stratégies - TF1/LCI - TTSO - Usbek&Rica - WidooBiz - and Les Echos, co-organizer of VivaTech