iHub By Jessica Colaco / March 2, 2010
iHub Launch – Wednesday 3rd March 2010
The live launch of Nairobi’s premier iHub will take place on Wednesday, 3rd of March 2010 from 5.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. on the 4th floor of the new Bishop Magua Centre (directly opposite the Ngong Uchumi Hyper) on Ngong Road.
We have 50 open slots available for the launch. Please complete this form and tell us why you would like to attend the launch and be part of iHub.
Yishay Mor at 10:56:32AM Tuesday, March 2, 2010
I wish I could be there. Hope to visit you guys in May. Any option for remote attendance at the opening? perhaps a video stream / live chat / elluminate session?
Adrian Onsare at 15:26:56PM Tuesday, March 2, 2010
just new to twitter but i hit on this blog first time.Reply
Would like to relly attend to learn more about the initiative!
Adrian Onsare at 15:30:14PM Tuesday, March 2, 2010
im a student taking a degreee course in electrical and electronics engineering with special interest in the ict industry and i know attending th elaunch will let me meet individuals working in the ict industryReply
peter at 17:28:30PM Tuesday, March 2, 2010
any space for the media?Reply
allela arthur at 19:58:48PM Tuesday, March 2, 2010
great beginning guyz. this will become something to remember. ushhidi news on the chile earthquake on BBC tech .things on the map we need more and this it. will come to this. to see our face, inspiration and hopes as all this begins.Reply
Mutahi Karungari at 21:14:57PM Tuesday, March 2, 2010
I am a university of Nairobi student who enjoys and loves developing applications . I love the motivation behind the ihub implementation and would love to be part of the teamReply
Methuselah Rombo at 09:02:15AM Wednesday, March 3, 2010
I wish to attend the launch, would you please send me an invite. what about the rural forks are they taken care of?Reply
Erik Hersman at 09:36:16AM Wednesday, March 3, 2010
You need to fill out the form if you want to attend as we only have so many spaces available (due to the size of the room). If you didn’t confirm, then we also can’t confirm that there will be space/room for you to attend.Reply
Nicholas at 13:54:13PM Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Why do you guys always have to put your activities during the working days? I feel weekends for most working youths is always more more convenient. After most of us guys (the youths) are not the managers and therefore we cannot ALWAYS create execuses to our employers why we have to attend unoficial activity during a working day.
Kindly reschedule most of the iHUB activities to weekends…..Me and other working youths wouldn’t want to miss any iHUB activity!Reply
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