Mobile Web East Africa Day two liveblog #MWEA2012

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Dr. Joseph Sevilla, ilabAfrica Director
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09.11

#MWEA2012 Dr Joseph Sevilla of iLab Africa talks on embracing tech focused youth to drive next gen of mobile content

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09.11

ilabAfrica partners with Samsung #MWEA2012

09.14

#MWEA2012 There are good students who can make very good products but cannot really present it to VCs and Angel investors

09.15

#MWEA2012 Not everybody is an entrepreneur, there are people who will do well in other roles other than enterprise owning

09.28

#MWEA2012 Judith Owigar of Akirachix talks on maximising the growth of technology through increasing the number and quality of women in tech

09.28

#MWEA2012 Dr. Joseph Sevilla of ilabAfrica Presenting

09.38

#MWEA2012 John Caroll of ForgetMeNot Software takes the sage

09.38

#MWEA2012 Caroll discusses what it takes to cultivate a startup culture

09.39

#MWEA2012 What makes a region startup friendly, what is the entrepreneurial type, pitfalls to watch and how current tech changes everything

09.40

#MWEA2012 Recognize your limitations

09.49

#MWEA2012 The first rule of Entrepreneurship is use other people’s money……and brains.

09.55

#MWEA2012 Caroll is one of the many speakers who have insisted that we need to utilise the cloud to give business better leverage

09.56

#MWEA2012 There will be a developer challenge next week called Kipokezi Apps Challenge, prizes to be won

09.57

#MWEA2012 After that there will be another apps developer challenge in Zimbabwe still in the month of February

09.57

#MWEA2012 The apps challenge will be held at the iHub

09.59

#MWEA2012 The apps challenge will be sponsored by ForgetMeNot, @safaricomltd and iHub

10.04

#MWEA2012 Its now interactivity session among table groups then the roundtable discussions

10.47

#MWEA2012 this is where I announce that I am looking for partners in Techweez, email for details

14.26

#MWEA2012 Virtual City’s John Waiboci takes up stage, discusses focus on consumer and integration with mobile money

14.27

#MWEA2012 Hewani platform gives an opportunity for publishers to deliver crossplatform apps to an array of end-user devices

14.50

Victor Munyua, Head of Market Relations at Google takes the stage #MWEA2012

14.52

Victor is tackling innovations that are disrupting and shaping Africa’s digital future #MWEA2012

14.52

Victor has preferred answering questions on Google as opposed to giving a presentation #MWEA2012

14.55

#MWEA2012 Google wants each and every product they are serving to be accessible via mobile

14.56

Google CEO asks if a product is accessible on mobile first, if its not they go back to the drawing board #MWEA2012

14.57

only 10% of the businesses are connected online #MWEA2012

15.00

@mkaigwa asked Google’s Victor Munyua of what next about the Mocality Saga #MWEA2012

15.02

Victor thinks Mocality story is a big elephant, White one? #MWEA2012

15.05

@brett_stclair South African Googler says he is glad to take any further questions on Google mobile #MWEA2012

15.06

TV influences discussions online, this is where to gauge feedback on your product #MWEA2012

15.08

Google is working to fix whatever went wrong on Mocality and move on, trying to bond relationships #MWEA2012

16.35

Tadata Nivi of Elimu app has won in the #MWEA2012 app competition, app competitors got a Blackberry torch 8910

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