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Uncategorized By Patrick Munyi / November 21, 2011

Convergence Africa Conference & Investor Speed Dating

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Convergence Africa brings together CEOs, thought leaders and investors from across the continent, and delves deeply into today’s business issues to produce insights and enable investors to connect with some of Africa’s leading companies. This one-day conference on the 8th of December,2011 is designed to be informative, practical, actionable and

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Uncategorized By Patrick Munyi / November 21, 2011

Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund

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Does your company have a Great Business Idea that will help transform the way in which clean energy is generated and provided to people, especially those who have no access to electricity, in East Africa? Or an innovative solution that will help people in rural areas adapt and reduce their

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sciencehack

Uncategorized By Patrick Munyi / November 21, 2011

Science Hackday Nairobi

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Venue : @iLabAfrica located at Strathmore University – See location on google maps Date : 13th January 2012 @4:00PM – 15th January 2012 @5:00PM Registration : Registration and attendance is free.. Register here What is Science Hack day? The mission of Science Hack Day is to get excited and make things with science!

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Uncategorized By Patrick Munyi / November 20, 2011

AZMA Launch: 25th November 2011

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AZMA is an initiative of a couple of girls from Precious Blood Secondary School, Riruta in Nairobi Kenya that scopes the use of this website as a social network to consolidate and expand community service efforts among high school students in Kenya. This social network is open to all high school

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wireless Wednesday

m:lab By Jessica Colaco / November 20, 2011

Wireless Wednesday Recap – “User Experience Research for Startups”

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The m:lab hosted a Wireless Wednesday event on the 9th of November 2011 with a focus on User Experience Research for startups. The discussions revolved around what we identified as a fundamental question: “Can ideas be validated through research?” One assumption stemming from this question is that ideas can be

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