The Kenya-AfriStack Workshop will train 25 women aged between 15 to 30 years in methodical ideation and early stage startup skills in information technology, business management, marketing, communication.
During the one week workshop, the participants will be equipped with information technology skills that they will use to create innovative start-ups that solve local challenges sustainably. They will also learn how to market their innovations to target customers and how to communicate effectively to different audiences.
Registration is done online @ https://
The registration is not confirmed until payment is made to Mpesa number 0724457158.
Stationary and lunch will be provided to all participants for the 5 days during the workshop.
Hacking the African Future, Kenya-AfriStack Workshop has been organized through a partnership between AfriStack and AkiraChix.
Monday, August 29th to Friday September 2nd 2016. The workshop shall be running from 8am to 5pm each day.
AkiraChix, Ground Floor, Bishop Magua Centre, George Padmore Lane, Off Ngong Road