iHub By Tosh / February 21, 2011
Celebrating our Community
From organizing fireside chats with some of the most successful CEOs in Kenya, to simply providing a space where techies and creatives can work from, network and just hangout, the iHub Nairobi was born one year ago and will be celebrating its first anniversary on March the 11th. It has been a great year with so many exciting activities, none of which would be possible without our members! Because of this, our celebration comes with a special theme: “Celebrating the Community”.
Over the next couple of weeks, we would like to shift the focus from only celebrating the existence of the space to also celebrating how far we’ve come as a community. From when we all first met to this day when we rely on one another to co-work and deliver ingenious innovations together.
To make true our theme of celebrating the community, we would like to involve the community that has been growing over the last one year in a number of different things. Some that will be announced as we count down the days but to start us off is this Twibbon page to show your support for the iHub! http://goo.gl/cOAde
Please also tweet with the tag #iHubNrbi1st to tell us what your thoughts have been for the last one year and some of the things you would like to see happen in the future!
Onward – The Ushahidi Blog at 11:03:39AM Monday, February 28, 2011
[...] with the iHub as the connector and incubator, this is something we will be celebrating as the 1 year anniversary comes up; and committed to working on in the coming year. In a few days, we will be launching a community [...]Reply
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