What is Startup Weekend? Startup Weekend is an event that brings together programmers, developers, marketers, designers, startup enthusiasts among other diverse groups, to form groups and develop viable business ideas in 54 hours. It is a weekend-long, hands-on experience where entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs can find out if their startup ideas are viable. On average, […]
By Chris Orwa Inspired by Afrinnovator’s blog post exploring the idea of the creative class in an African city (update: the blog seems to be offline presently), I set to answer the question, ‘what makes a great city?’ Some argue it’s the food or the music, others, the architecture. Either way, it is the innovation applied […]
Bandwidth is the lifeblood that brings us together in this new digitally connected internet age. This was never more true than this weekend at Barcamp Nairobi where we collectively downloaded 152 Gb and uploaded 53 Gb of data in two days. A BIG Thanks to Zuku As we scrambled last week to get the iHub […]
All Geared Up Its all systems go at iHub , co-hosts of BarCamp Nairobi, with all the final preparations in place. Both the BarCamp Nairobi and WhereCamp Africa have been combined into one event, taking place this Saturday and Sunday. The event is being co-hosted by iHub and Nailab.
Its finally here! We’re talking about the World Cup 2010, held for the first time ever in Africa. The opening match, South Africa (the hosts)Vs Mexico kicked off today at 5:30 pm. The iHub team will be up to date on all the matches,and watch all the matches live thanks to the great team over […]
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