Open space for technologists, investors, tech companies and hackers in Nairobi.

iHub By Mercy Deche / August 19, 2012

Think Like An Investor

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By Mel Mbugua If you are going to run a business, you need to have the mindset of an entrepreneur. All the stuff you do from building a product to managing your team requires use of your time, energy and money.  In this age of the startup, many people are

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iHub By Editor / August 19, 2012

Evolution of a Tech Space

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iHub Nairobi is a co-working space and business incubator, started in March 2010. The need for a physical nexus for Nairobi’s tech community has since been exceeded growing to over 8,602 members only two years later. iHub’s members include techies, creatives, entrepreneurs, designers, investors, researchers and hackers from all over

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iHub By Editor / August 16, 2012

iHub at the IETF

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By Paul Muchene Ever wondered how you are able to seamlessly send and receive a tweet, e-mail, file share inter alia  across disparate timezones and geographical regions while you are consistently on the move?  Behind that almighty ‘look and feel’ of your web browser or app lies a universe of standards, protocols,

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iHub By Rachel Gichinga / August 16, 2012

Orange African Social Venture Prize Info Session

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Orange has launched the second edition of its Orange African Social Venture Prize. The African Social Venture Prize will reward three projects or enterprises addressing needs of the ‘bottom of pyramid’ market in Africa through technology. The 3 winners will receive a financial grant (25K€, 15K€, 10K€) and they will also

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iHub By Editor / August 14, 2012

Preserving A Free and Open Internet Contest

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Kenya’s tech hub community invited to pitch ideas to preserve a free and open Internet By Gigi Alford and Shannon Coyne When we visited the *iHub_Nairobi last month, we could sense the spirit of innovation nurtured by its collaborative space, energetic members and dedicated staff. It was clear that this

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