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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 16, 2012

Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) announces The BAKE Blog Awards

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In a bid to reward exceptional bloggers and to also promote content creation in Kenya, BAKE will be organizing bloggers awards this year under the moniker ‘BAKE Blog Awards’. The idea is to recognize bloggers that post consistently, have great and useful content, and are creative and innovative. There will be

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 16, 2012

Meet, create tech tools & win £5,000

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What do you get when you put leading digital innovators, creative practitioners and a whole lot of entrepreneurial energy in a room together for 48 hours in four cities across Africa? We don’t yet know… but we predict some incredible ideas, lasting relationships, and seriously investable solutions for challenges faced

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / March 15, 2012

Vision 2030 ICT Innovation Awards

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This is a call for entries to the second V2030 ICT Innovation Awards. All Kenyan companies using ICT in an innovative way are invited to submit entries for the Awards. Winners will be recognized and honored with a special tribute event during the 4th Connected Kenya Summit on April 4,

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 15, 2012

The “researcher effect” – Day 3 at ICTD 2012

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The 3rd day of the ICTD 2012 conference has not lost any of the energy and psych that it began with! Today was full of interesting (and some controversial) presentations, which were all streamed live at www.ictd2012.org. We started in the morning with a discussion of the important contribution of

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 14, 2012

ICTD 2012 Day 2

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Bringing you a short tidbit from Day 2 at the ICTD 2012 conference in Atlanta. Today was largely based around 2 plenary sessions (rather than break-out sessions like yesterday). We also had the honor to hear from Honorable Minister Omobola Johnson from the Nigerian Ministry of Communications Technology. One of

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