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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 22, 2012

Global Impact Competition

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YADSTI Kenya, the National Council of Science and Technology and Singularity University (SU), USA announce the Global Impact Competition (GIC) Kenya.  The competition’s objective is first, to motivate Kenyan youth to develop innovative ideas that leverage technology in problem-solving and cultivate global thinking amongst Kenya’s entrepreneurial leaders. SUBMIT YOUR IDEAS: PRIZES Top two winners will receive a scholarship to spend

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 20, 2012

EANOG Meetup: BGP Best Practices for IXP


Topic: Border Gateway protocol (BGP) best practices for Internet Exchange Points. (IXP’s) Speaker: Michuki Mwangi Cost: Free Venue: iHub Date: 24th March 2012 Time: 9:30 am Snacks are sponsored by DataPosit ( This talk is a lead up to a training session to be organized by TESPOK on Border Gateway Protocol

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 19, 2012

Creativez Meetup: Startup 101 – The ABC’s of Running your Business


The Creativez Meetup will once again be held at the iHub this Sunday 25th March 2012 from 2.00 pm to 5:00 pm. With the world now rating Kenya as the 2nd place to watch for innovation and creative developments, a lot of interest and opportunities are being availed to the

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 18, 2012

MIT Sloan School of Management and the iHub Charette


Students from the MIT Sloan School are visiting the iHub Tuesday 2oth March 2012. Come join us for refreshments and a chance to learn more about the MIT MBA program, one of the leading business programs in the USA! The evening will start out with a brief presentation and Q&A

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 16, 2012

Conclusion of ICTD 2012


After a whirlwind four days, the 4th ICTD conference, held in Atlanta, Georgia, was concluded. The event, which brought together the most passionate thinkers, researchers, and some practitioners, was a learning event for all. The event was well run and kept to the schedule (uncommon in most conferences!) thanks in

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