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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / February 23, 2012

Creativez Meetup: From Dream to Global Retail – Lessons from the Fashion Industry

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Love fashion? Want to meet up with the industry favourites and get to know about building your brand? Well you can do that this Sunday, Feb 26th 2012 at iHub, 4th Floor Bishop Magua Building. The topic of discussion is “From Dream To Global Retail – Lessons From The Fashion

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 23, 2012

Fireside Chat with Dr. Robert Morris – Vice President, IBM Global Labs

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The iHub will host Dr. Robert Morris, Vice President, Global Labs, IBM Research for a Fireside Chat on Tuesday 28th February 2012 from 6 pm. Dr. Robert Morris is responsible for the IBM Research Laboratories in China, India, Japan, Tokyo, Brazil and Australia. In keeping with IBM’s transformation to a

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / February 23, 2012

Deutsche Welle Blog Awards 2012

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The Deutsche Welle International Blog Awards – The BOBs – honors websites in 11 languages that champion the open exchange of ideas and freedom of expression. When the annual awards launched in 2004, blog were just beginning to establish themselves as a new type of media and the BOBs aimed

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / February 22, 2012

The 7th Annual East Africa Com in Nairobi

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East Africa Com is now in its 7th year and is only event representing the Telecommunications market within this region.  This region remains a hub of intense competition and innovation.  As Africa begins along the path of a new digital era, many of the apps and services innovation is taking place

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Uncategorized By John Kieti / February 22, 2012

Growing list of entrepreneurship competitions as Startup Weekend comes to Nairobi

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In the last year or so Nairobi has been treated to a multiplicity of competitions and contest organised to promote local technology entrepreneurship. Depending on whether the chicken or the egg came first, one would argue that this has contributed to significant buzz and interest around East Africa’s growing tech

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