Intellectual Property In Technological Innovations : Perceptions From Tech Startups In Kenyan ICT Hubs

From *iHub_ Mon Nov 26 2012, 09:22:37

Authors Hilda Moraa, iHub Research (hilda@ihub.co.ke) Kelvin Murage, iHub Research (kelvin@ihub.co.ke) Rhoda Omenya, iHub Research (rhoda@ihub.co.ke)   Abstract: ICT Hubs act as a meeting place for technology entrepreneurs where new ideas are discussed and inventions built. In such dynamic spaces, Intellectual Property (IP) could either protect young, nascent ideas or stifle innovation and collaboration. In [...] Related posts:

Africa Technology and Innovations Hubs Web Gathering Earlier this year BongoHive launched their crowd mapping exercise to...

Tanzania | A Tale of Two Tech Hubs Tanzania's ICT In 2012 By Sam Charoz While Africa's quest...

ICT Hubs: Initial Pre-test Insights from iHub Assessing the Impact of African ICT Hubs to the Entrepreneurs:...

[view whole blog post ]
 See More    |     Report Abuse


You might also be interested in the following news stories:

Nigeria:   Boko Haram Leader Shekau 'Alive and Well' (news)
Daily Independent
23 September 2014

Ahmed Salkida, a Dubai-based Nigerian journalist who reportedly maintains communication with some leaders of the Islamist insurgent group Boko Haram, claimed today that the sect's leader, Abubakar ... [read more]

South Africa:   Has President Zuma Hurt Aids Fight More Than Thabo Mbeki? (news)
Africa Check
23 September 2014

Has South African president Jacob Zuma set back the the fight against HIV/AIDS more than his predecessor? Opposition leader Helen Zille believes so but the evidence shows otherwise. [read more]

Africa:   Women's Freedom of Speech - Old Challenges, New Solutions (news)
Radio Netherlands Worldwide
23 September 2014

During a creative non-fiction writing workshop in Uganda, 22 female writers from across Africa exchanged trade secrets about creating spaces for getting their voices heard. [read more]



blogAfrica is allAfrica.com's platform to help you keep an ear on the African blogosphere. We draw diverse voices from around the world who post regularly and insightfully about African issues. Bloggers, submit your blog's rss-feed!