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iHub By Jessica Colaço / May 31, 2011

Impact and prospects generated by the mobile money ecosystem

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This Friday (3rd June 2011) from 2pm – 4pm at the iHub, Tonny from the University of Nairobi will be discussing the impact and prospects generated by the mobile money ecosystem. He is a lecturer at the School of Computing and Informatics of the University of Nairobi in Kenya and

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / May 30, 2011

WishVast Developer brainstorm

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Stemming from the translation of the word “Trust” in Hindi, “WishVast” is a social network that facilitates the creation of trust and transmission of information between knowledgeable participants to expand business opportunities. Utilizing mobile phones WishVast expands your opportunities by using groups that can be localized to the community. Ultimately,

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / May 26, 2011

PIVOT25: East Africa’s Biggest Mobile Tech Event

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The next big thing in African Tech has arrived. PIVOT25 is here. The region’s top 25 mobile tech startups pitch against each other June 14-15 in Nairobi, Kenya. Buy tickets at pivot25.com. Video by ARK: theark.co.ke

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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / May 25, 2011

Social Media for Conservation: Connecting and Collaborating with People

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In an effort to inform the general public on conservation activities in Kenya, Dr. Paula Kahumbu, the Executive Director of WildlifeDirect and Kenya Land Conservation Trust will host an event on the same at the Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi National Museum. She will give a talk on building a global

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iHub Research By Jessica Colaço / May 23, 2011

Research @iHubNairobi Workshop

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Students, professionals and green members came together this past Friday (May 20) to work out the story of their organization/project/idea. Anna Clark, based in Kenya for 6 months on a Fulbright fellowship from the US, led a group of ten through an interactive discussion and variety of writing exercises to

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