Education is the next grand challenge. In the recent past, there has been a lot of talk of “Africa Rising”. Yet with all this talk of Silicon Savannah and Africa’s great future, is there still a skills gap that needs to be filled? According to research done by African Management Initiative, the answer is a […]
Supporting startups is one of the key reasons why the iHub exists, and part of this involves talking about what people and startups in the community are doing. Tosh is a former iHub Community Manager who has launched a startup, Mateeshoh, an online electronic commerce fashion portal that allows one to purchase trendy ‘teeshohs’ (t-shirts in […]
Last Thursday, the iHub played host to Machel Waikenda who runs #AskWaikenda on Twitter and Facebook every week. This came about as a result of a chance tweet to him asking him when he’d be visiting the iHub. He responded quite fast, asking us to invite him. The idea behind this session was to have […]
The Kilimani Project had a Kilimani Safety event this past Saturday (19th Oct) where the issue of security was raised. This is something that the iHub community has been affected by, and it is a prevalent problem, not just in Kilimani but across Nairobi. The Kilimani Community, which the iHub is essentially part of, has been […]
Currently, Africa is budding with innovations, business and investment opportunities, but according to Omidyar Network’s recent research, investors, partners and entrepreneurs struggle to ﬁnd each other to do deals. It is for this reason that Artlogic partnered with Eric Osiakwan and and Jamie Clyde to create Angel Fair. Jamie Clyde has been part of a number […]
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