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Electric Vehicles: A Start-up Locally Assembling Electric Motorcycles in Kenya

Kiri Electric Vehicles (Kiri EV), a Kenyan startup has exhibited a rare exception having ventured into the most promising electric motor industry in the world today. Reports indicate that the global electric vehicle market in 2020 was valued at $163.01 billion, and it is projected to reach $823.75 billion in the year 2030. Founded by […]

March 26, 2022
New Entrant: Gothenburg Technical College Seek Mutual Partnerships as it Enters the African Market

Gothenburg Technical College (GTC) based in Sweden, and owned by Volvo Group is among the universities and colleges participating in student exchange programs around the world. The exchange program has gained immense popularity with the number of students doubling up in the recent past. This comes in the wake of employers valuing more virtues such […]

March 2, 2022
A New Dawn: Kariobangi Catholic Dispensary Receives an Oxygen Concentrator Machine from Techub

Jubilation rendered Kariobangi Catholic Dispensary when Techub came calling with an oxygen concentrator machine in mid-February this year. Beyond being a link for Africa and the Scandinavian countries, Techub is a trailblazer in the realm of corporate responsibility. Since its outset, Techub has been championing philanthropic model which involves giving one percent of the resources […]

February 22, 2022
The Inspiring Story of Ignite Afrika Sports Academy

Ignite Afrika Sports Academy is one of the best leading football academies based in Western part of Kenya, a region well known for producing national sportsmen and women. The academy is one of its kind in Siaya County, a region flooded with football clubs that do not focus on emerging talent. Co-founded by Raphael Mahulo […]

June 30, 2021
AfriConEU Builds a Conducive Setting for Digital Innovation Hubs to Thrive in Africa and Europe

Digital Innovation Hubs have spread rapidly defying all odds after their emergence across Africa around 2010.Critics had pointed out their elusiveness, but Digital Innovation Hubs have shown their resilience today, out-living their third anniversary. Recent research carried out by Brits indicate that Africa’s Digital Innovation Hubs have grown to a new record of 643 across […]

June 15, 2021
WEEE Centre Battles E-Waste, A Growing Concern in Africa

Most of African countries are gearing up for the next generation of fast 5G devices in oblivion of e-waste environmental threats. The 5G premise on fast internet speed in the wireless technology, ostensibly resulting in a dramatic increase in e-waste in Africa. Already, the continent is grappling with mountains of obsolete gadgets ranging from millions […]

June 8, 2021
Praise Asiimire, The Honey Lover Turned Beekeeper

Praise Asiimire, the founder of Praise Ug Honey has long had affinity for honey. Based in Kampala, Uganda, her farm is located in South Western in a district called Ntungamo. The Bachelors of Arts in Mass Communication graduate, who has worked in communication field in different capacities, is yet to master the art of beekeeping. […]

June 3, 2021
InovTech STEM Center: A Startup Equipping Under-served Communities with Technology in Ghana

Based in Accra Ghana, InovTech STEM Center is a social enterprise that thrives to empower and train the youth especially girls in under-served communities with 21st Century industry relevant and sought after skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, abbreviated as ‘STEM’ through Robotics Education. Robotics incorporates all aspects of STEM learning which include science […]

May 26, 2021
Ikigai Coworking Space, where Ambience and Nature Meet

The world is changing. And in the last few years, the world has witnessed the evolution of coworking spaces. Initially, coworking spaces appeared in the United States before the idea was replicated in the entire world. And Kenya was not exempted. With the tremendous growth of freelancers, teleworking, localized businesses and boutique companies, coworking spaces […]

May 17, 2021
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