Ideas like smart cities and industrialized entrepreneurship no longer seem like far-fetched terms, but like actual solutions to some of our social problems. To improve the infrastructure of different countries in Africa, people need access to the relevant digital platforms. To mention just one example, in Kenya, people started looking for ways in which to improve dairy farming – both for the farmer and for the industry as a whole. Technology can now be used to digitally detect illnesses in cows to alert farmers of the type of medicine they will need. Capturing data in such a way has immensely improved the efficiency in dairy farming. However, behind the scenes, in the background of an ever demanding society, creative entrepreneurs are working on finding technological methods to create solutions to some of our social problems.