Open space for technologists, investors, tech companies and hackers in Nairobi.

R@iHub Infographic [Converted]_Featured

iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 26, 2011

Mobile Broadband in Kenya


The arrival of the undersea fiber cables in Kenya in 2009 has revolutionized the technology and economic sectors. Kenya is one of very few countries in Africa with a comprehensive framework set up in this regard. Average national download speeds have increased from 670.89 kbps in 2009 to 3,806.03 Kbps

read more

iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 23, 2011

iHub Start-Up Profiles – Capefield


As part of our weekly start-up profiles, this week we take a close look at a fresh, energetic and upcoming entrepreneur – Yound David Lemayian. David is an enthusiastic hiker, photographer and student, but he is also the CEO and Founder of a Kenyan based technology company called Capefield which

read more


iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 21, 2011

iHub Member on an international panel


Young Kariuki Gathitu an iHub member and mlab incubatee is the entrepreneur behind Zege technologies that deals with financial solutions. He has developed a mobile payment aggregator called MPAYER that automates mobile money payments . He is a whiz in ruby and uses Agile programing methodology. He loves innovation and

read more


iHub Research By Leo Mutuku / September 16, 2011

The Next Big Thing

1 Comment

Innovative Ideas such as the Cell Phone, the Internet, Google and M-PESA have gone on to become some of the greatest businesses and ventures of the past 50 years or so. The Business Daily, in partnership with Enablis and Kenyatta University, is running a competition dubbed The Next Big Thing.

read more

UON Poster_Featured

iHub Research By Leo Mutuku / September 15, 2011

African Mobile Money Research: Call for Papers


Mobile Money use has spread rapidly in developing countries with a significant impact on financial inclusion and the lives of people in these countries. This has created a need to explore ways to further scale Mobile Money. The University of Nairobi through the Organizing Committee of the African Mobile Money

read more

{{ theme:js file="jquery.fittext.js" }}