Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 15, 2012
Vision 2030 ICT Innovation Awards
This is a call for entries to the second V2030 ICT Innovation Awards. All Kenyan companies using ICT in an innovative way are invited to submit entries for the Awards.
Winners will be recognized and honored with a special tribute event during the 4th Connected Kenya Summit on April 4, 2012.
To be eligible simply demonstrate how your company or organization is using ICT in an innovative way to improve the lives of Kenyan and drive Kenya to achieving its Vision 2030 goals.
Submit your application today.
Click here to start: Online Application Form
Top prize in 2011, went to International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) who competed in the Agriculture sector.
Proud Winners are:
Sector: Wholesale and Retail Trade
Mbetsa Innovations Ltd
Aga Khan University Hospital Nairobi
Sector: Health Care Delivery
Sector: Social Equity
Horizon Contact Centers Ltd
Sector: Business Process Outsourcing/Offshoring
Mobikash Afrika Ltd
Secotr: Financial Services
Space Kenya Networks LTD
Sector: Gender, Youth and Vulnerable Groups
Virtual Essence Ltd
Sector: Education and Training
Sector: Housing and Urbanisation
International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
Sector: Agriculture (Overall Winners)
About Vision 2030 Awards
The V2030 awards were launched last year by the Kenya ICT Board and Kenya Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat. The recognizition is in line with Kenya Vision 2030 of transforming Kenya’s economy by steering development. The Kenya ICT Board and the Kenya Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat invited companies that have developed solutions that drive economic growth and social development as outlined in Kenya’s Vision 2030 to participate in the inaugural Vision 2030 ICT Innovation Awards.
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