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iHub By Jessica Colaco / January 9, 2012

IEEE Webinar: Leveraging ICT Business Models to Help Reduce Poverty

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This webinar reveals how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can viably provide access to education, healthcare, agro-services or financial services to the billions of people living with less than a few dollars per day, also called the Base of the Pyramid. The webinar is based on a review of more

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iHub By Jessica Colaco / January 8, 2012

Start-up Advise: Scaling

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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:

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / January 6, 2012

Richard Von Kaufmann talk at the iHub

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On the 10th of January 2012, Richard von Kaufmann, the co-founder of Finland’s leading social media agency Zipipop, and Creative Director and Chairman at Reality Creating Media (RCM) will be giving a talk at iHub Nairobi from 6pm to 7pm about a candidate matching service called Shadow Election that RCM

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Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore

iHub By Jessica Colaco / January 5, 2012

Fireside Chat with Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore

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The iHub will host Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore on Thursday 12th January 2012 for a fireside chat from 6 pm. About Bob Collymore Bob Collymore is the current CEO of Safaricom Limited, effective November 1st 2010.  Prior to joining Safaricom, Bob was the Chief Officer for Corporate Affairs in Vodacom

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m:lab By John Kieti / January 3, 2012

Six more days to apply for training on mobile apps. development

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Individuals wishing to benefit from m:lab East Africa’s mobile applications developer training have until 9th January 2012 to submit their applications. The call for applications which was opened early December 2011 is expected to attract young people from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and South Sudan. Successful applicants will go through

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