Nairobi Innovation Week gets boost as UoN and NMG partner up

Nairobi Innovation Week gets boost as UoN and NMG partner up
  • Nairobi Innovation Week is an annual event that brings together movers and shakers who conceptualise innovations that are relevant to society.
  • One of the convention’s objectives is to create a platform for presentation of academic papers, innovation illustrations and case studies focused on research and innovation.
  • Exhibitions commence on 6th March through to 10th March 2017.
  • This year’s theme is “Innovating to Solve Pressing Local and Global Challenges.”

Speaking during the signing ceremony, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi, said that indeed UoN is proud to be associated with NMG in the NIW2017.

“Since its establishment in 2015, the Nairobi Innovation Week has become a pronounced national event that brings together partners from government, private sector, development partners and research centres with an aim of providing a platform for show-casing and encouraging innovation over and above networking and sharing knowledge,” he said.

READ ALSO: UoN maintains its positions as East Africa favourite ‘education gold mine’.

Mr. Tom Mshindi, the Chief Operating Officer, NMG, said that the media house is delighted to work with UON in the NIW2017.

“Through our various media platforms, NMG will ensure that the Nairobi Innovation Week 2017 activities will be given prominence,” he said. “We will make available the opportunities that will make the Innovation Week a success.”

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