Liquid Intelligent Technologies recently hosted His Majesty, King Charles III, Prime Cabinet Secretary H.E. Musalia Mudavadi, and British High Commissioner to Kenya, Neil Wigan, at the Nairobi Garage and the Liquid Intelligent Technologies Kenya office this week.
During the visit, the delegation explored the Nairobi Garage Innovation Hub, engaging with startups in climate change, innovation, and resilience. Following this, King Charles visited the Liquid Kenya office to learn about their efforts in building a digitally connected future that encompasses all of Africa.
The team took pride in showcasing how Liquid is uniting Africa with 110,000 kilometers of fiber and how investments from British International Investment (BII) are supporting startups across the continent.
Given His Royal Highness’s interest in sustainable farming, the visit concluded with a presentation on Liquid Intelligent Technologies’ smart agricultural solutions, which empower farmers to enhance yields through precision agriculture. His enthusiasm for similar projects in Africa and his anticipation for the potential of precision IoT agriculture were truly inspiring.