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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 12, 2011

Apps4Africa Eastern Africa: Regional Opening


The 2011 Apps4Africa: Climate Challenge competition begins in East Africa on 19th October, 2011 at the iHub in Nairobi. Winners will receive prizes, including cash awards. Challenge partners, including TED conferences and Indigo Trust, may contribute technical assistance, prizes, and follow-on support for the new applications created by this competition. The Climate Challenge

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 10, 2011

Microsoft Open Door 2011


The Microsoft Open Door 2011 is soon coming to Nairobi. Learn about the latest IT administration and management, software development and see how to solve actual business tasks. Also, discover Cloud Power, how you can step into the private cloud and be able to control and manage your IT across physical

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m:lab By Patrick Munyi / October 10, 2011

The Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition


The University of Washington, Foster Business School brings you the Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition (GSEC), a leading-edge international social venture plan competition, where interdisciplinary student teams from around the world propose creative, commercially viable businesses aimed at reducing poverty in the developing world. From innovative sanitation solutions in Kenya, to

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iHub By Jessica Colaco / October 8, 2011

iHub Start-Up Profiles – Zalego


This week, iHub research interviewed Dickson Ng’ang’a, a graduate from the mlab training program and an iHub member What is Zalego? Zalego Group Ltd is a technology solutions firm specializing in mobile software development, value addition, consultancy and empowerment through training. Zalego is a twisted acroname for Zeal Go i.e

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 8, 2011

iHub at the IGF


In the just concluded Internet Governance Forum (IGF) whose theme; Internet as a catalyst for change: access, development, freedoms and innovation, one could not fail to spot a member from the iHub in the UN Office at Gigiri. With innovation playing a very dominant role in the Kenya’s technology sector,

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