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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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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 10, 2011

Why R@iHub is vital to Kenya by Kentaro Toyama

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“Many congratulations on the launch of the iHub’s research arm! It’s an honor to guest blog for its launch,” – Kentaro Toyama Last December, during a snowy week in London, three researchers presented a call to arms masked as an academic paper at the International Conference on Information and Communication

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 7, 2011

6 Finnish ICT companies @iHubNairobi

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Finpro is an association founded by Finnish companies. Their aim is to guarantee that Finnish small and medium size companies have access to high quality, comprehensive internationalization services around the world. There are six innovative and award winning Finnish ICT companies that are looking for business partners in Kenya in a project that

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 7, 2011

Zege Technologies Wins Young Innovators award at the AITEC conference

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The just concluded 2011 All african AITEC Banking and mobile money conference saw a great victory for mobile money and innovators in the industry. The growing number of software developers active in developing mobile money applications had a chance to showcase their products at this year’s AITEC Banking & Mobile

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p25

iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 7, 2011

Pivot 25

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Pivot25 is a one of a kind Conference and Competition. Spread over two days, on the 14th and 15th of June at the Ole-Sereni Hotel, Pivot25 will showcase developer talent and applications from across the East African region. So why now and why the name Pivot25? Well it’s quiet simple. The Continent

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