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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 30, 2011

Fireside Chat with Google’s Marissa Mayer

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The *iHub and the Google Kenya are pleased to announce that Marissa Mayer, the Vice President of Location and Local Services at Google, will come to the *iHub_ Nairobi to meet and chat with young techies, entrepreneurs and tech creatives in one of our exciting Fireside Chats. In an open discussion, Marissa

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 29, 2011

Orange African Social Venture Prize

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The Group venture capital subsidiary, Orange AMEA (Africa, Middle-East, Asia), in collaboration with CSR divisions and Innovacom is launching the Orange African Social Venture Prize. This prize aims at promoting social business projects, targeting the African countries of Orange’s footprint, with a large focus on ICT and innovation. In this context 3 winners,

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 27, 2011

Women in Tech Cocktail at the iHub

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Women @Google Africa together with AkiraChix will be hosting a Women in Tech Cocktail at the iHub on 28th June 17:00- 19:00. Apart from the food, the event will include a Heart to Heart talk on what it means to be a woman engineer and how to stay on top

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 27, 2011

introduction to Design Research Workshop

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Catherine Sun is an Associate Creative Director in frog design’s New York studio. She leads teams in the drive to understand industries, companies, and users toward creating more usable, useful, desirable, and responsible products and experiences. Her work at frog has taken her through countries around the world where she has

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 27, 2011

Mapping with the South Sudan Community

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Following the historic referendum in Southern Sudan, Google, The World Bank, UNOSAT, RCMRDand Satellite Sentinel are co-hosting an event in Nairobi, Kenya on June 30, 2011 to demonstrate the power of mapping and support the building of the world’s soon-to-be-newest independent nation on July 9, 2011. Without basic geospatial information, it is difficult for the

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