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iHub By Jessica Colaco / March 16, 2011

Focus group discussion for mobile developers

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Informal, Interpersonal networks and Innovation The relationship between informal, interpersonal networks and innovation has in various quarters been considered a significant factor for success of innovation initiatives. In East Africa’s mobile industry understanding this relationship has become an important factor especially as governments and development partners strive to understand how

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iHub By Jessica Colaco / March 16, 2011

ICTs and homegrown knowledge generation in Africa by Moses Sitati

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Moses Sitati is a Development Economist at Nokia Research Centre/Africa Africa is a land of stark contrasts. From Cairo to Cape Town, Dakar to Dar-es-Salaam there abound too many examples of human suffering and poverty – whether disease outbreaks, hunger, environmental destruction, civil unrest and war or poor health and

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iHub By Jessica Colaco / March 14, 2011

iHub One Year Anniversary Recap

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On Friday the 11th of March 2011 at 6pm, the iHub community celebrated iHub’s one year anniversary. We had 250 people in the space to grace this special and awesome occasion. According to Erik Hersman – the iHub founder we have accomplished the following: At least 12 companies formed off

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Ambassador Ranneberger and Dr. Julia Ojiambo with the Unsung Heros on International Women’s Day in Nairobi.

iHub By Jessica Colaco / March 14, 2011

AkiraChix honoured as Unsung Heros by US Ambassador Ranneberger in Nairobi

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Akira is a Japanese word that means ‘energy’ and ‘Intelligence’, those are the two words that aptly describe this group of ladies. They are intelligent and bring all their energy together to help and empower the greater community of galz out there.The amazing gal team housed within the iHub where

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iHub By Erik Hersman / March 11, 2011

iHub, One Year Later

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It’s hard to believe that a year ago we had a launch party in a very simple room that would one day be the iHub. Here we are, one year later, and the iHub has been operational for about 8 months. We’ve just topped out at 3000+ members this week,

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