Microsoft Dev Africa Team set to meet Kenyan Start-Ups

New-Microsoft-Logo-PPT-Backgrounds-680x510Small to Middle sized businesses are soon going to be the backbone of the Kenyan economy. We need these small and medium sized business to support the economy and contribute to the GDP and most of these are Start-Ups. With the vibrant Start-Up scene in Kenya, Microsoft wants to provide help for people who are building the future!

The Microsoft developer evangelists team would like to invite developers and business development managers  in Start-Ups to meet at the iHub on the 24th of January, where they will spend their day answering questions and demoing the latest technologies Microsoft is working on.

You will get a chance to meet our Audience Marketing Manager who will show you the Microsoft support programs for Start-Ups.

If you are building an app and need technical assistance, if you have a nice portfolio that you would like to demo to our evangelists, or you are looking for support for your Start-Ups, then this meeting is for you. No sessions, just you and us.

Below is the list of the AfricaApps Team and their Twitter handles. You can reach them here:

Shehab Fawzy, Windows 8 Developer Evangelist (@shehabafawzy)
Dina Helmy, Windows 8 Developer Evangelist (@bougyz)
Ahmed Sabbour, Windows Azure Developer Evangelist (@Sabbour)
Omar Islam, Kinect Developer Evangelist (@Omar_islam)
Stephen Ebichondo, Visual Studio Developer Evangelist (@sebichondo)
John Kimani, Bing Developer Evangelist (@kimanigakingo)
Annie Njenga, Audience Marketing Manager (@anniewnjenga)

To book your appointment slot, please email Annie at

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