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dealfish

Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 18, 2011

Mobile Monday with Dealfish – March 21st

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Join us on the 21st of March at the iHub for this month’s Mobile Monday. Our main speakers will be Dealfish. Dealfish is an online classifieds site,  users can post ads for jobs, sell stuff, rent, lease,hire etc  Moses Kemibaro, who is the Regional Manager (East Africa) for Dealfish.co.ke will

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fireside

iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 17, 2011

Fireside chat with John Waiboichi CEO, Virtual City

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John is the CEO at Virtual City a Mobility Solutions Company specializing in Supply Chain Automation, Knowledge Management and Interactive Solutions. He has over 10 years of experience in the technology industry launching VirtualSat and Virtual Mobile. VirtualSat is an Internet Service Provider and IP Solutions Systems Integration Company and

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faitrade

iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 17, 2011

Fair Trade Software talk

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Fair Trade is an organized social movement and market-based approach which aims to promote sustainability and help producers in developing countries; it focuses on exports from developing countries to OECD countries. To date products covered by Fair Trade principles have been consumables such as food, drink or clothing. Fair Trade Software is a new initiative

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 17, 2011

How to Pitch – Open Capital Advisors

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iHub and Open Capital Advisors have partnered to help members of the iHub and its network of developers, programmers and creatives as they take their skilled tech and creative solutions and build around them businesses ready for commercialization, investment, and growth.  Partners from Open Capital will lead workshops that will

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focus

iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 16, 2011

Focus group discussion for mobile developers

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Informal, Interpersonal networks and Innovation The relationship between informal, interpersonal networks and innovation has in various quarters been considered a significant factor for success of innovation initiatives. In East Africa’s mobile industry understanding this relationship has become an important factor especially as governments and development partners strive to understand how

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