That time of the year has come where we join hands in the global commnity celebrate entrepreneurship.
As Durban Hub we are looking to create relevant content that is engaging and meaningful to your startup journey.
Join us by registering in the hashtag below
See you there.
Through the endearvours of local entrepreneur Richard Geevers, a developmental economist and all round Geek, Durban has an official agency to propel the Open Data Agenda.
They are in their early days with a mission of making data and information accessible. Through partnerships with Code 4 SA they are looking to deliver incredible solutions with a cadre of civic technologies with a passion of delivering local solutions.
Hop on over and view of some of the work they have done HERE
As a leader and primary driving agent of the Durban startup culture, Durban Hub has an intricate understanding of the different role players of the technology startup ecosystem from co-creative spaces, co-working spaces, fintech startups, online education, agribusiness, technology incubators, accelerators, events, Makerspaces, programmes and a select group of angel investors and venture capitalists that make our city a melting pot.
This has put us in a special position of being the eyes and ears of the startup scene.
We are offering tailored packages to unpack the value of the ecosystem and plug your venture into Durban’s resources.
Drop us a line for a startup tour package for an intricate view of the city with tailored introductions of some of the minds that drive it’s economic engine.
Telephone: +27 (0) 31 837 1318
After much anticipation The Durban Innovation Hub is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Startup Nations South Africa to form Startup Nations Kwazulu Natal.
With Startup KZN we are looking to move away from the premise of digital innovation and drive in roads into an all-encompassing umbrella of entrepreneurship.
Hop on over to the official site HERE
The GSMA Mobile 360 Series – Africa is where mobile leaders gather, collaborate and define the future.
Great progress has been made to improve the affordability of mobile services in the Sub-Saharan Africa region. However, more remains to be done. The Mobile 360 Series – Africa will convene key stakeholders to help bring about digital and financial inclusion.
Mobile 360 Series – Africa will feature three days of keynote addresses from top executives, panel sessions and case studies to prompt audience interaction and discussion.
Be part of the future at Mobile 360 Series – Africa this October.
Register with code G15V7TR8GZ and receive a 15% discount on passes at www.mobile360series.com.
SAB KickStart Ignite a new programme where we will partner with FET colleges to introduce a competition aimed at promoting industrial innovation within the youth.
The competition is about supporting an enabling environment for makers to prototype and commercialise their ideas, creating sustainable enterprises that shift the paradigm from consumers to makers of innovative products, services and industries. It will offer training, mentorship and seed grant funding.
Hop on over to the official SAB page for more details HERE
Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) is a joint initiative between Microsoft, Google, Yahoo!, NASA, and the World Bank. The objective is to bring together subject matter experts around disaster management and crisis response with volunteer software developers and designers.
Random Hacks of Kindness grew out of an industry panel discussion at the first Crisis camp Bar Camp in Washington, DC in June 2009. Panel attendees included Patrick Svenburg of Microsoft, Phil Dixon and Jeff Martin of Google and Jeremy Johnstone of Yahoo. They agreed to use their developer communities to create solutions that will have an impact on disaster response, risk reduction and recovery. The idea was for a “hackathon” with developers producing open source solutions. The World Bank’s Disaster Risk Reduction Unit and NASA’s Open Government team joined the partnership and these “founding partners” (Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, NASA and the World Bank) decided on the name “Random Hacks of Kindness” for their first event.
An innovation incubator in the area of sustainable development, SecondMuse acts as “operational lead” for Random Hacks of Kindness, coordinating global volunteer efforts, facilitating collaborative partnerships, and managing communications and branding.
In a bid to grow the Durban technology and entrepreneurship ecosystem, The Durban Innovation has partnered with Geekulcha and other RHOK chapters in South Africa to bring you RHOK Durban. We hope to build an engaged and meaningful content and initiatives to the Durban community.
For more details on this initiative, please visit our twitter handle here for live updates or register here for regular newsletters.
Join in the kindness.
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