Countrywide Hubs Annual General Meeting

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On 19 December 2020, In his capacity as Chairman of Association of Countrywide Innovation Hubs, David chaired last year’s meeting bringing together 26 member hubs to take stock of key achievements. Top of this was the successful The Great Covid -19 Innovation Challenge in collaboration with Konza Technopolis, an increase of membership to 26, and […]

Code op Subversions series @ Rural Innovation with Sote Hub Entrepreneurs

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The founders of Ndovu Care, UD Tech Farm Systems and Techskilld shared their journey as founders of the Startups and their challenges of running businesses as young persons in rural area and what the future holds for their innovations. This dialogue was organized Code Op. CodeOp is an international tech school founded and led […]

Kajire Girls Wins StartUp Africa Competition, to represent Kenya in Delaware, USA

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On the 17th of February, Kajire Girls high school which is among our sponsored schools in Taita Taveta emerged the winners at the Diamond Africa challenge, held in Elgeyo Marakwet. The competition, run Startup Africa essentially connects, mentors and builds skills for the students, youth and women besides spurring the entrepreneurship engagement. ‘’We have […]

The Slovak President meets Sote Hub

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Kenya welcomes His Excellency Andrej Kiska, President of the Slovak Republic. During his visit the Slovak President engaged not only in bilateral talks aimed to boost Slovak- Kenya cooperation, but also met with tech and start-up communities. As entrepreneur and philanthropist he showed a lot of interest in innovation and left a powerful message for […]

THE START-UPS EVALUATION.

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What a day!! On 23rd of January 2016 Sote Hub hosted a start-up presentation event. This happened to be the second start-up evaluation. James Ndiga and Stanley Ndagi were the judges this time round. A total of eleven start-up were evaluated. The day started at a rather slow pitch as many people had not yet […]