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KU holds its own ‘Shark Tank’ at Chandaria Innovation Centre


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Kenyatta University will be hosting the first investor conference at the Chandaria Business Innovation and Incubation Centre. The conference is aimed at providing a platform for incubates to showcase their products and ideas to potential investors.

The centre is home to 48 incubates in various innovation categories with ICT and agribusiness incubates forming a majority of the business incubations. Chandaria-BIIC focuses on supporting up to 100 innovations per year (70% Kenyatta University students and 30% Non- KU).

Incubate will have an opportunity to pitch and showcase their innovations to potential investors from the 13th to 15th August 2014.

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