Tag: Hubs

As we’ve previously written about, over the last few years we have supported a number of hubs across the continent. The map below shows all the countries where we have supported or are supporting hubs (unfortunately, it’s not interactive as wordpress.com doesn’t handle iframe embed codes well – but I digress):

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It’s rare that a conference inspires me to want to take up a new skill, so leaving re:publica last week I was all the more surprised that I was seriously considering teaching myself cross-stitch: re:publica is an annual conference hosted in Berlin that since its founding in 2007 has grown to attract 5,000 visitors each […]

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Access to clean, affordable and safe water is one of the most bsic rights we enjoy, although in Kenya environmental, economic and political considerations mean that the country is facing a severe water crisis. The solution to this problem will likely be vast, complex and costly, but civil society is working on the issue of […]

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Having awarded a grant to ActivSpaces last year, Dr Loren Treisman then visited  the Hub in Cameroon in early 2012.  You can see further details of that trip here.  She was extremely impressed with what she saw and as a result Indigo have awarded a further £20,150 to enable ActivSpaces to develop their Tech Innovation […]

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As many of you may know, we have been supporting technology innovation and incubation hubs across Africa over the last 18 months. According to the Africa Hubs Crowdmap there are some 70+ hubs of various types across the continent. These range from technology hubs and business incubators to hackerspaces and university tech labs. In essence, […]

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