Registration For Nairobi Innovation Week Open To Kenyan Exhibitors

The university of Nairobi hosts the 3rd edition of the Nairobi Innovation Week.   Hailed as a university in the forefront of innovation in technology and science, the weeklong exhibitions is said to showcase the best tech solutions on offer at the Nairobi University Town Campus. According to the university's site, there

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JKUAT Students Develop Sophie Bot Sexual Reproductive Health App

A group of six students from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology created SophieBot, an application revolutionizing access to sexual health information in Kenya. According to a post on the JKUAT website, "Sophie is an intelligent system that is fed with verified information on sexuality and sexual reproductive health

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4 Tips To Recover From A Failed Startup & Get Back To Business

In business, persistence and leveraging your networks could be the beginning successes. However, there are many times when start-ups fail despite the right support. The story of  Sam Tarantino, the CEO of music streaming service Grooveshark is one of repeated failure on the road to success.   Here are a few lessons

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Environmental Conservation Made Ugandan Millennial A Millionaire

When the Ugandan government proposed a bill to ban the production of plastic bags in 2008, a 16-year-old boy made it his mission to profit from the new environmental conservation laws. Andrew Mupuya, now 25 has been hailed as the "Paper Bag King" but his humble beginnings reveal he worked

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Chris Kirubi Shares Tips On How To deal With Njaanuary Blues

Self -made Kenyan millionaire Chris Kirubi appeared on the popular show Wicked Edition highlighting the common financial woes most Kenyans experience in January. In the show, hosted by Dr. King'ori the businessman shared his tips on how to deal Njaanuary Blues. Though the month of Njanuary is always a hurdle

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3 Fundamentals Every Entrepreneur Needs To Make It Big In Kenya

Joel Mwale an entrepreneur known for his first big business that made him millions, sprang back to solving one of Kenya's toughest problems. From humble beginnings, Mwale dropped out of school due to lack of tuition fees but his first business initiative, SkyDrop Enterprises gained him millions afters its sale

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