iHub By Hilda Moraa / January 20, 2012
Over the past few months, we have been in engaging discussions with Refugees United, an organization that empowers refugees to directly search for and reconnect with missing family and friends through a mobile and web-enabled family tracing platform. Together we have crafted an exciting research project based around assessing RU’s
iHub By Jessica Colaco / January 15, 2012
This is a Guest Blog Post/Open Invitation by Samuel S. Lee, World Bank Finances Controller’s Vice Presidency, Knowledge Dissemination Division, World Bank Group. World Bank Finances/Open Data Event Thursday, January 26th, 2012 @ iHub 6:00 pm (**Tied to the Open Data Journalism Bootcamp, held January 25, 26, 27 at Strathmore University – see below for
iHub By Leo Mutuku / January 13, 2012
The mobile market in Tanzania is growing in a steadfast manner and has managed to break the 50% penetration barrier as of mid June 2011. While the Tanzania Communication Regulation Authority (TCRA) are yet to release publicly statistics on the mobile sector beyond June 2011, it is estimated that over 22 million Tanzanians are connected via mobile.
iHub By Jessica Colaco / January 8, 2012
The start-up culture has taken the Kenyan scene by storm in 2011! 2012 holds more trailblazers in the pipeline and running a start-up is hard work and one person cannot do all the work. My advise to these trailblazers for 2012 is scaling and here are four ways to do that:
iHub Research By Angela Okune / December 19, 2011
Share your idea for a Future application for Development and win a trip to the 3rd International Conference on Mobile Communication on Development in New Delhi 28-29 February 2012!
- iHub Cluster
- iHub Consulting
- iHub Research
- iHub Robotics
- iHub UXlab
- Angel Investors: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Believe the Hype (Master)!
- Startup Sauna comes to Nairobi
- Intel Student Partner Program: Now launching in Tanzania and Uganda. Apply by April 30th!
- African Tech Bits Episode 3: Kenya The Game and the Gamers