The Kids Hacker Camp is a 6 day long camp for kids aged between 10 – 18 years, who are interested in making, creating, crafting, hacking, tinkering, and discovery. The objectives of the camp are to: Facilitate kids to have fun making, creating, crafting, hacking, tinkering Enable kids to work in teams with their peers […]
This month’s session of the Nairobi Research Buzz will be exceptional by all means! For the first time, we will have Ipsos Synovate – A global market research company, keen on BQC (Better, Quicker and Cheaper) methodologies and processes in its areas of specialization. The theme will be on how traditional research data collection has changed to […]
by Maureen Gitau “Marketing for Start-ups is dirty work, it’s about rolling up your sleeves and diving in” those were the words of Andrik Kristinsson, founding CEO of Innovit Entrepreneurship Center, during a recent talk given at the iHub. The talk organized by iHub Consulting tackled the beast that is getting your product known. “There […]
By Hilda Moraa and Wangechi Mwangi (Download the report here ) Abstract This research aimed to understand the impact of the ICT Hubs to entrepreneurs. An ICT hub is a space where technologists congregate to bounce ideas around, network, work, program and design to bring their ideas to fruition. The first ICT Hub of the 15 […]
Link to infographic. In the first quarter of this year, iHub Research prepared an infographic giving a general overview of the mobile sphere in East Africa for year 2011. This infographic showcases the different levels of uptake of mobile phones and related technology in the region. At the close of 2011, Kenya was the leading region […]
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- Intel Student Partner Program: Now launching in Tanzania and Uganda. Apply by April 30th!
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