STARTUPAFRICA today announced that its Women Entrepreneurship Summit is set for January 28, 2016 at Intercontinental Hotel Nairobi. The signature event will focus on “Launch, Grow and Succeed,” offering participants from academia, business, government, and nonprofit valuable understanding about the factors driving Africa, and indeed the global economic growth, and
Kenya’s Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat Acting Director General Prof. Gituro Wainaina and StartUp Africa Executive Director Erastus Mong’are sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to co-operate in building youth entrepreneurship in the country.
StartUpAfrica is partnering with University of Delaware to offer a truly remarkable opportunity to high-school age students in Kenya. Through this program, young people will develop new business ideas, gain valuable knowledge & skills, and compete for a share of the Challenge’s prize pool.
Three teams from Shamata Girls High
U.S. Senator Chris Coons congratulates Dr. Manu Chandaria, the winner of the prestigious 2015 StartUpAfrica Lifetime Achievement Award. It was given to Dr. Manu Chandaria on March 12, 2015 in Nairobi Kenya for his life-long commitment to youth empowerment through entrepreneurship. Dr. and Mrs. Chandaria have tirelessly committed their lives
The Diamond Challenge as begun. The University of Delaware and StartupAfrica are partnering to offer a truly remarkable opportunity to high-school age students in Kenya. Through this program, young people will develop new business ideas, gain valuable knowledge & skills, and compete for a share of the Challenge’s prize pool.
CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE ON WINNING THE 2012 NATIONAL AWARDS
On behalf of Kenya Embassy in Washington D.C., I wish to convey our heartiest congratulations to Mr. David Karangu, Atlanta (GA) and Mr. Erastus Mong’are, Newark (DE) on winning the 2012 Kenya National Awards: The Moran of the Order of the Burning