kLab provides an open space for IT entrepreneurs to collaborate and innovate in Kigali, Rwanda

kLab, ICT Park, 6th Floor
Boulevard de l'Umuganda, Kacyiru
December 30th, 2014

I was recently talking to a CEO of a business I was trying to pitch our services to and he told me a story that was an important lesson to my company’s direction.

The CEO in question is an educated and seasoned businessman who also knows what they want from every endeavor they take part in. The story concerned their dealing with a software startup. The startup that was working on a custom application for the client refused to adhere to the specifications and the final product looked nothing like the expected product.

The moral of this story is ... Read more comment(s)

December 09th, 2014
Failure as a startup owner

I pioneered into joining the now overwhelmingly many Tech Hubs on the African Continent. In May 2012, I pitched Tech Start-up idea to a panel of kLab founders. My business idea was to digitize booking,purchasing of bus tickets and offering of Geo locations of public buses to passengers.

The problem that I was solving is; passenger have to travel 10 to 20 km to Kigali's main Bus Park to book a bus ticket and return to ... Read more comment(s)

November 01st, 2014

Are you a dedicated member of the kLab community and always want to move things forward? This is your chance. We are looking for an engaged team of supporters who are willing to devote 2 to 3 hours of their time per week to engage in various activities supporting the kLab management and community. These include the management of a mentorship programme, market linkage programme and organizational support. Besides an outstanding commitment you should bring along these things:

  • organizational talent (manage time and get things done)
  • communicative talent (approach people you might not know)
  • creativity and innovative thinking
  • interest to upgrade and gain experience ... Read more comment(s)
October 29th, 2014

In this world of constant change, new technologies, and a thousand cultures, it’s evident and somehow comforting to me that the basic disciplines for business prosperity really haven’t changed in the last hundred years. Business success is still more about the people than the technology or idea involved. As a klab mentor to entrepreneurs I still see this every day.

I was just perusing a new book, “The Science of Success,” a collection of essays by and about Napoleon Hill, who is most recognized as the author of the best seller “Think and Grow Rich” from way back in 1937. Hill ... Read more comment(s)

October 18th, 2014
After my bachelors at campus , I was determined not to get a job , in fact I initiated an idea to my close friends on if we should start a company, good enough everyone was up for the idea , so we opened an IT company. But I still thought we lacked the skill , then luckily I went for a training in Kenya , on mobile applications development which included business training. To be honest this was the most informative time in my academic life , I even wondered what I was learning in university anyway learning here was ... Read more comment(s)