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iHub By Jessica Colaço / October 14, 2011

Shortlisted Candidates for Tandaa Content Grant Announced


The Ministry of Information and Communication, through the Kenya ICT Board earlier this year announced the second round of calls for proposals in an ongoing three year grant program to support development of local digital content. On Wednesday 12th October 2011, the Kenya ICT Board announced the shortlist of 150

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iHub By John Kieti / October 14, 2011

The Unreasonable Institute: Applications Open for Annual Acceleration Program


The Unreasonable Institute, is a mentorship and training program for entrepreneurs tackling the world’s biggest social and environmental needs. The institute based in Boulder, Colorado opened applications for its third annual, six-­‐week acceleration program for entrepreners on September 26, 2011. Why Apply? 25 chosen entrepreneurs will be chosen from around

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Wireless Wednesday with inMobi

iHub By John Kieti / October 13, 2011

App. Monetization with inMobi – Recap of Wireless Wednesday Meetup


For many mobile developers and mobile entrepreneurs in the region, generating revenues from applications is the single most important thing. It is also one of the most challenging matter to figure out among many developers. Last week, 5th October at m:lab East Africa, a group of mobile app. developers and

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / October 12, 2011

Apps4Africa Eastern Africa: Regional Opening


The 2011 Apps4Africa: Climate Challenge competition begins in East Africa on 19th October, 2011 at the iHub in Nairobi. Winners will receive prizes, including cash awards. Challenge partners, including TED conferences and Indigo Trust, may contribute technical assistance, prizes, and follow-on support for the new applications created by this competition. The Climate Challenge

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m:lab By Jessica Colaço / October 10, 2011

The Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition


The University of Washington, Foster Business School brings you the Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition (GSEC), a leading-edge international social venture plan competition, where interdisciplinary student teams from around the world propose creative, commercially viable businesses aimed at reducing poverty in the developing world. From innovative sanitation solutions in Kenya, to

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