Uncategorized By Rachel Gichinga / November 23, 2012
Facebook for Kenyan Developers | Thursday 29th November 2012 | 6-8 pm | iHub
On Thursday 29th November 2012 we will be hosting Facebook’s Nicola D’Elia to discuss the social network’s strategy in emerging markets and how local developers can get involved. The event will feature presentations from the Facebook team both in person and virtually, as well as showcases of integrations by local developers.
Register here to attend the event.
About Nicola D’Elia
Nicola joined Facebook in January 2012. Based in London, he looks after Facebook growth strategy and mobile partnership for Africa. Prior to joining Facebook, Nicola worked for the GSMA Development Fund. Based in Uganda, he managed the rural connectivity and Green Power for Mobile initiatives. Nicola also worked for Accenture within the Communication and High Technology division in Italy and Germany. While with Accenture, Nicola spent a year in Namibia working with the Ministry of Education on a business partnership with Voluntary Service Overseas. Nicola also worked with a non-profit humanitarian organisation in the Middle-East providing assistance to Iraqi IDPs.
Nicola holds a MSc in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Pisa and earned an MBA with distinction at Cambridge Judge Business School, where he was a Sainsbury Scholar.
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kagaim at 05:03:00AM Monday, November 26, 2012
Looking forward to the opportunities that abound: http://goo.gl/nYEkdReply
Daniel at 11:46:34AM Monday, November 26, 2012
Thanks for hosting this very important guest for us.I will not want to miss this event.Reply
Muthuri Kinyamu at 13:12:42PM Tuesday, November 27, 2012
It’s interesting to note that this post doesn’t have other share buttons apart from Facebook. Is just me who can’t tweet this post?Reply
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