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Founded just under 2 years ago, the *iHub_ – Nairobi’s Innovation Hub has grown tremendously to become the go to place for all things techie in East Africa. This space is home to many of Kenya’s young entrepreneurs, web and mobile phone programmers, designers and researchers. It also acts as a nexus point for these […]

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Advise.me

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Mentorship, Exposure, Funding & Proven Success We take your business to the next level by pairing you with some of the brightest and most successful minds in the industry. We provide or find you funding from some of the best angels and VCs and leverage our incredible network to put your company in the spotlight. […]

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Have a great tech idea? The Umbono program will help transform your vision into a business. Your idea – probably web or mobile deployed – is exciting on many levels: for your future users, potential investors, and for the people on your team building it. The Program 6 Months The Umbono program lasts for 6 […]

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Named after the building it now occupies, the York Butter Factory (YBF) will be Melbourne’s newest (and oldest) co-working space, as 300 or so entrepreneurs from the tech start-up industry officially launches it with an evening party. The doors at 66 King Street, Melbourne, opened last week, and during that time it has had 15 […]

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You may not have heard of Tandem Entrepreneurs, the incubator and capital fund that officially launched in July, but for entrepreneurs focused on the mobile space, they’re worth checking out. What’s different about Tandem, as we wrote in July, is that founders Doug Renert and Sunil Bhargava don’t consider themselves VCs. Instead, they’ve brought together a host […]

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Launchpad LA

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Launchpad LA is a startup accelerator and mentorship organization designed to help young entrepreneurs based in Los Angeles get the guidance and relationships needed to help take their companies to the next level. It combines the best VCs in Southern California, many experienced CEOs and a very select group of service providers who are committed […]

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A new startup accelerator called the India Internet Group(IIG) is debuting today as fund to invest in India-focused, early stage internet and mobile startups. The size of IIG is $2.5 million and with an average investment size of $50,000 to $250,000. IIG is the brainchild of a number of Indian-American entrepreneurs and technology execs including Nihal […]

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The India Internet Group invests in India-focused early stage internet and mobile technology startups. With offices in Mumbai and New York, IIG seeks to also facilitate cross-pollination of ideas, technologies and startups between the U.S. and India. The firm takes a hands-on approach and provides talented, driven entrepreneurs with on-the-ground management strategy and execution. The […]

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Have you had a chance to look through the McKinsey Global Institute report, ‘Lions on the Move, the progress and potential of African Economies?’ This is a remarkable work that gives some impressive foundation to the African growth story we are happy to read about every day in our newspapers. Today we highlight three reasons […]

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The Real Way to Build a Social Network – Fortune Tech

If there is a guru of networking, it is Reid Hoffman. Here he explains how to do it right — and wrong — in an excerpt from his new book with Ben Casnocha, The Start-Up of You. FORTUNE — Forget Dale Carnegie. He understood how important connections were, but missed out on the authenticity part — which, […]

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