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Uncategorized By Patrick Munyi / June 17, 2012

The Village Capital Nairobi Programme @ The GrowthHub™

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Do you have a start-up with an innovative product or service that can create growth in Kenya, Africa and possibly the whole wide world? Then we are interested in you! Village Capital Nairobi is a 20-week programme from August–November 2012 for Kenya’s most promising and innovative entrepreneurs in the fields of

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / June 17, 2012

Mozilla Kenya Hackjam

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The Summer Code Campaign is here!! Yeah, you read right and as Mozilla Kenya, we are not left out in this exciting experience, no, not at all! Summer Code Campaign aims to bring together individuals who are good at coding or have some skills with any coding language or skill

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / June 17, 2012

African News Innovation Challenge (ANIC) Workshop

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Do you think the media could be doing a better job? Your ideas could help win you a share of the $1m in seed grants that the African News Innovation Challenge (ANIC) is offering for digital projects that have the potential to improve the way that journalists collect, process, and

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / June 17, 2012

Louis Otieno Fireside Chat at the iHub

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On the 21st of June, The iHub will be hosting Microsoft’s General Manager for East and Southern Africa, Louis Otieno, for a  Fireside Chat starting at 6:00pm to 8:oopm. Louis Otieno is Microsoft’s General Manager for East and Southern Africa (ESA), covering 15 countries. He is responsible for Microsoft’s overall business management

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / June 17, 2012

Creative Commons visits Kenya

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Can you feel the excitement? Yes, it’s true. iHub is about to welcome an official from Creative Commons — Jessica Coates, Affiliate Network Coordinator — to the country. Jessica will be at the iHub on June 22, 2012 from 2-4pm to talk about Creative Commons and what it can do

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