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RiseStartUps explores the business environment of Nairobi's informal settlements. It looks at how these diverse startups are addressing slum problems, creating employment and what aspiring entrepreneurs can do to start, manage and grow sustainable businesses.

RiseStartUps explores the business environment of Nairobi's informal settlements. It looks at how these diverse startups are addressing slum problems, creating employment and what aspiring entrepreneurs can do to start, manage and grow sustainable businesses.
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Location:

Kenya

Description:

RiseStartUps explores the business environment of Nairobi's informal settlements. It looks at how these diverse startups are addressing slum problems, creating employment and what aspiring entrepreneurs can do to start, manage and grow sustainable businesses.

Language:

English

Contact:

0606569493


Episodes

Is Jumia an African Startup? (#AfricaStartupRoundup_Ep3)

5/10/2019
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About the episode Is Jumia an African Startup? this is the question that has been bothering many when Jumia described itself as an African startup when they went public on Newyork Stock Exchange. In this episode, we try to answer the question and share more insights on Jumia and what their file for IPO on NASDAQ means for African Startups. Let us know what your to the question is, do you think Jumia is an African Startup?

Duration:00:21:31

Mahojiano Baina Ya Sehemu Za Mwili - K.W.Wamitila

4/19/2019
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This is a swahili play produced by PortableVoices about a conversation between parts of the body.

Duration:00:08:48

Discussion about Tunapanda's plans to start the first Aeronautics and Space Academy in Kibera

2/1/2019
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In this episode Nick sits down with the team from Tunapanda Institute in Kibera to discuss about their new project to build the first Aeronautics and Space Academy in Kibera and future of exploration in Africa.

Duration:00:25:35

Episod 4: Introducton to Copyright, PartB

5/24/2018
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In this episode we are joined by lawyer Robert Asawe and Sarah Ochwada to talk about the legal implications of copyright infringement, what your should do in the event of infringement, limits to the protection and whether or not the copyright rights are transferable. As always, we would love to hear from you. Let us know how you like the episode. You can send us a message or leave a comment.

Duration:00:09:08

Episode 3: Introduction To Copyright

5/10/2018
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In this episode, we introduce you to the whole concept of copyrighting in Kenya. We discuss what a copyright is and why it is really importance to apply for a copyright (whether literary works, audio visuals, musical recordings, paintings or any other creations) We also help you learn how to register for a copyright. Subscribe to get more podcasts like this direct to your mobile every week.

Duration:00:07:29

Episode 2: Legalities of Starting a Business

4/7/2017
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Most business owners in informal settlements perceive registering their business as Govt. profiting tactic, with that in mind, they shy away from a gold mine that can possibly lead to their business expansion. In this episode, we discuss business registration, and the vast opportunities it can provide for both startups and ongoing businesses that are running in urban slums. Listen, to learn more

Duration:00:09:37

Episode 1: Business Environment of Kibera

2/12/2017
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There are so many challenges facing Kibera. In this episode, we talk with three business owners from the different villages of Kibera to learn some of the needs they identified and how they are solving them.

Duration:00:10:11