Mobile Web East Africa 2012

By Jessica Colaço
  Published 15 Jan 2012
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Mobile Web East Africa 2012
Mobile Web East Africa returns to Nairobi on 22nd & 23rd Feb at the Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel in Nairobi. Visit for a full rundown on the conference. (You can register there as well).
Mobile Web Africa, organized by All Amber, was first run in October 2009 in South Africa and 2 and a years later, the series is about to run its 7th event. Out of the 6 events that have been organized since, this is the feedback All Amber has received:
  • 83% of our attendees believed that the conference was “Better” or “Much Better” than any other conference they have attended.
  • 98% rated the event as “Good”, “Very Good” or “Excellent”.
  • 96% said that the event fulfilled their expectations.
Pointers on Mobile Web East Africa 2012:
  1. Serious backers – The Kenya ICT Board are officially hosting, the iHub, m:lab East Africa, 3 Mobile Monday Chapters (Nairobi, Dar-es-Salam and Kigali), InMobi, Umuntu Media, Akirachix, VC4Africa are all formally supporting the event.
  2. Wonderful speakers – Emma Kaye (Bozza), Mark Kaigwa (Affrinovator), Paul Stemmet (World of Avatar), Neil Ahlsten (Google), John Waibochi (Virtual City), to name but a few.
  3. We want to encourage ecosystem-wide representation (it’s really important as we use an Interactive Roundtable Seating Format) so all Developers and Start-Up companies are entitled to apply for a 50% subsidy to attend the conference.
  4. Application Competition – 5 Developers will have a chance to demonstrate their wares to the delegation – and the winner will walk away with $1500 worth of InMobi ad-network spend and some well deserved kudos .
  5. The early booking discount prices for the event run out soon – on Friday 20th January, in fact, so it makes financial sense to register for the event by the end of this week.
Mobile Web East Africa 2012 main objective is to facilitate the expansion of the mobile ecosystem in the region. Please visit the website at
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