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iHub By Josiah Mugambi / February 11, 2014

iHub among the 50 Most Innovative Companies In the World 2014

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iHub has been recognised as one of the 50 most innovative companies in the world by Fast Company!  This is really down to the absolutely awesome team at the iHub who have an unbridled energy and passion to make a difference in our corner of the world, as well as the community we serve, who have continued to interact, innovate and grow.

As we look towards marking 4 years of existence, some times it is hard to imagine that we really did not realise how fast we would grow and how much of an impact (both directly and indirectly) we could have in Kenya and beyond. From the 4th floor community space, quickly expanding to iHub Research, starting the m:lab with the rest of the consortium, launching the UX Lab and our consulting division and with GearBox on the horizon; it has been about identifying gaps that exist and seeing how we can resolve them.

Looking forward, over the next few years we intend to  further deepen our ties with the community we serve, allowing for further collaboration, interaction and innovations to happen as we continue to be a critical catalyst of the growth of innovations, world class talent and subsequently, successful enterprises.

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Author : Josiah Mugambi

Josiah Mugambi has had several years’ experience in ICT, including software solutions development and networking, and spent nine years working in the telecommunications space with NSN and Huawei. Josiah is one of the co-founders of Skunkworks, an informal gathering of Kenyan technology enthusiasts, have participated in organizing numerous meetings and talks bringing together mostly software & web developers, designers, engineers and bloggers to share their knowledge and network. Kenya’s first BarCamp was a result of this networking, and has been regularly held since then. One of the main aims behind the forming of this group is networking of common techies with the aim of spurring innovation amongst them. Additionally, Josiah has been involved in several startups.   He sat on the Board of Advisors at the Nairobi iHub from its inception before taking over as Executive Director from Erik Hersman in Sept 2013. He is also an iHub Trustee.


6 Comments
  • N at 11:30:35AM Tuesday, February 11, 2014

    Indeed, that is great news. Glad to know Kenya is making headlines globally.

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  • Denpal at 11:59:05AM Tuesday, February 11, 2014

    That is very great work! Keep up team

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  • George at 11:19:08AM Monday, February 17, 2014

    The impact of Ihub in supporting the Tech community in Kenya especially startups has been amazing. I’m a beneficiary of Ihub affiliation.Stay blessed!

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  • Josiah Mugambi at 12:17:18PM Monday, February 17, 2014

    Hi George,

    We’re really excited that you have benefited from the iHub. We certainly want to benefit as many people and startups as possible both in Kenya and beyond!!!

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  • Josiah Mugambi at 12:17:29PM Monday, February 17, 2014

    Thanks Denpal

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  • Josiah Mugambi at 12:17:38PM Monday, February 17, 2014

    Thanks N

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