iHub By Abigael Wangui / March 6, 2014
INTEL IDEATION CAMP
Are you a student? Do you have the entrepreneurial spirit in you? Do you have a solution to a social problem that you’re working on? If you answered yes to these questions then this is for you!
The Intel ideation camp is back and this time we are targeting students!
It is not enough to have access to and ability to use technology to create solutions. You need to understand the people/ users you’re creating the solution for and also how to pitch your idea to potential investors. With this in mind it is only wise to attend the Intel ideation camp.
The Intel ideation is:
This is a hands on step by step process that will help you turn that GREAT IDEA you have into a viable product that is both scalable and profitable.
You will learn how to:
1. Research and generate good business ideas.
2. Practical hands on approach on how to move from ideas to solutions to start up businesses.
3. Intel ideation certification.
Where will it be happening?
It will happen at the University of Nairobi on the 20th and 27th of March. Lessons will take place all day from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. The venue is the Undergraduate’s lab at the School of Computing and Informatics.
How to participate
There are a limited number of slots available. To reserve a slot for yourself please register here.
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Robert Mathenge Mwangi at 22:18:11PM Thursday, March 13, 2014
Hello, I registered for the intel ideation camp but unfortunately would like to pull out. I was to have a free time to make me available for the camp but that has changed and can no longer attend. Is there a way I can officially cancel, so that the space doesn’t go wasted as the slot are limited?Reply
Abigael Wangui at 10:11:26AM Friday, March 14, 2014
Thanks for alerting us about not being able to make it for the ideation. We have cancelled your sign up and given the slot to someone else.
We hope you’ll be able to make it to the next one.
steve at 15:54:31PM Friday, March 14, 2014
form no longer accepting applications… kindly help me with thatReply
stephen odhiambo at 09:20:56AM Wednesday, March 19, 2014
i have tried registering for the event but its not accepting responses kindly helpReply
Lagat Leonard at 12:48:18PM Monday, May 12, 2014
I hope I missed a great event,kindly let me know aerlier for the next event .Thank you.Reply
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