Resourceful and strategic tri-lingual (French, Twi, English) professional with over 10 years in IT and marketing management, consistently energized by opportunities in overcoming promotional boundaries. A fast learner who utilizes changes in Internet marketing and new technologies to exceed company goals. Experience serving as operations liaison between technical and non-technical teams. Strong interpersonal communication, negotiation and project management skills.
- Post date: 24 March 2012
m2Work wants to fuel the race for the best ideas and to spark a
goal-oriented, global discussion on mobile microwork. infoDev will also guide the best mobile
innovators to market to execute their vision for a mobile application start-up.
- Post date: 28 January 2012
Kenya ICT Board and All Amber announce partnership and launch Mobile Web East Africa 2012, taking place in late February 2012 in Nairobi
(LONDON/NAIROBI) – January 13th, 2012: The Kenya ICT Board and All Amber Ltd, the organiser of premier mobile-related events in Africa, today officially announced a partnership to deliver Mobile Web East Africa for a second time. This senior level and progressive conference will take place on 22nd & 23rd February 2012 at the 5* Southern Sun Mayfair hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.
- Post date: 20 October 2011
Coders4Africa announced that its 4th Software Developer Conference will be held in Nairobi, Kenya at Strathmore University’s research center @iLabAfrica on October 21st and 22nd. All software, application developers, techies, technopreneurs and computer science students are invited to this revolutionary event. Registration is FREE, but space is limited. The goal of the conference is to bring together the brightest software developers and software companies that are focused on breakthrough technologies and alleviating issues facing their communities. During the conference there will be workshops, hackathons, demos and C4A will explain its vision for a Pan African community of software developers. The aim is to bridge the gap between East and West African developers and spark more collaboration between the 2 sub-regions. New technologies are substantially changing notions of time and space by reducing the latter. As a result, they free up time and energy to create, produce and progress.