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Wireless Wednesday

m:lab By Jessica Colaço / July 21, 2011

Wireless Wednesday Recap – Tonny Omwansa on Mobile Money


Yesterday the m:lab hosted the first of a series of focus-group events dubbed Wireless Wednesday. We hosted Mr. Tonny Omwansa, a lecturer at the University of Nairobi (an m:lab consortium member), who is currently writing a book on the Mobile Money Industry. Highlights The discussions we’re based on four major

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m:lab By Jessica Colaço / July 15, 2011

m:lab Wireless Wednesday Event

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The m:lab will from this Wednesday, host a frequent meetup dubbed Wireless Wednesday. Wireless Wednesday is m:lab’s attempt at getting our incubatees, members of the iHub community, industry stakeholders and thought leaders to engage each other in a focus group discussion on various themes in the mobile space. The event

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The Fomobi Team: (from Left to Right) Carolyne Muchai, Nelson Bore, Dickson Ng'ang'a, Joshua Okemwa and Jacob Mwema

m:lab By Jessica Colaço / July 15, 2011

Fomobi – m:lab Trainees Churn Out Mobile Apps Startup


Since March 1, 2011, the m:lab has been training the first wave of students on mobile application development. The training is facilitated by eMobilis working with the World Wide Web foundation, both of whom are m:lab consortium members. The World Wide Web Foundation contributes to building the curriculum, materials and

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m:lab By John Kieti / June 27, 2011

First set of incubation clients selected for m:lab East Africa


The m:lab consortium has approved the list of mobile start ups selected for the resident incubation program at m:lab East Africa. We are pleased to announce the names of the startups in this first set of clients for the incubation facility as follows :- MedKenya -This is a collaboration between

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / June 16, 2011

m:lab is officially launched!


m:lab East Africa is a first-of-it's-kind mobile incubation lab aiming to foster the innovation and scale-up of mobile application technologies in East Africa. Over 150 distinguished guests gathered for the formal opening of m:lab East Africa, which is hosted by the *iHub_ Consortium and includes Nairobi’s *iHub_, eMobilis, the World

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