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Connected Hubs Reloaded: 2019 and Beyond
Connected Hubs Reloaded: 2019 and Beyond
16 Apr 2019
The Innovation Hub in Pretoria was a hive of excitement as 18 participants representing 16 of the 19 member organisations from 6 countries of the Connected Hubs met to take part in the much anticipated Peer-Learning Session.
Connected Hubs Geared for Growth in 2019
Connected Hubs Geared for Growth in 2019
08 Mar 2019
SAIS Connected Hubs grows when new members join the Network of Doers, bringing the total to 19 member organisations. The SAIS 2 Innovation Fund grantees who support startups have joined the network, which aims to provide a sustainable way for the top innovation actors in Southern Africa to connect, collaborate and create stronger linkages between innovation ecosystems.
Connecting Drivers of Change in Helsinki
Connecting Drivers of Change in Helsinki
03 Dec 2018
On 29 November 2018 the SAIS 2 Programme was a part of organising an international networking event, Connecting Drivers of Change - advancing entrepreneurship in Africa
ASAIF 2018 Brings Inclusive Innovations to The Fore
ASAIF 2018 Brings Inclusive Innovations to The Fore
01 Oct 2018
The Annual Southern Africa Innovation Forum (ASAIF) is aimed at being a regional platform to facilitate knowledge, networking and learning, the 2018 ASAIF was held under the theme “Inclusive Innovations” and attracted thought leaders, industry experts, startups, and public and private sector representatives from across SAIS stakeholders.
Meet the Regional Network of Doers
Meet the Regional Network of Doers
19 Sep 2018
Connected Hubs is a network of Southern African innovation support organisations from Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, the broader SADC region and beyond. With linkages to international innovation ecosystems and a shared goal to enable and facilitate the development of early stage entrepreneurs, the network has embarked upon a journey to collaborate to share best practises.
Connected Hubs: A Network of Doers
Connected Hubs: A Network of Doers
09 May 2018
organisations, five Southern African countries. What could happen if true collaboration existed across borders?