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Kenyan to moderate CNN’S ‘African start-up’ tweet chart

The discussion will explore ‘how to take Start-ups to the next level. (PIX: Courtesy).

A Kenyan techie, Juliana Rotich will tomorrow lead #KOT in a CNN’s ‘African Start-Up’ Twitter discussion.

The twitter discussion by Ms. Rotich, a renowned Kenyan technologist, who co-founded Ushahidi, iHub and BRCK will start from 6pm and will involve an online audience of Tweeter users from across Africa that will be hosted by by the weekly CNN’s ‘African Start-Up programme.’

The discussion will explore ‘HOW TO TAKE STARTUPS TO THE NEXT LEVEL.” Ms. Rotich and other special guests’ will help entrepreneurs from Kenya and across the continent respond to elaborate on this.

‘African Start-Up’ is a weekly series on CNN International that features a number of inspiring African entrepreneurs from all over the continent. The programme goes in search of change-makers across Africa and sees how they are working to make their business dreams become reality.Other guests will be Erik Hersman, co-founder of Savannah Fund and Ushahidi and Rebecca Enonchong, founder of the Cameroonian and CEO of AppsTech.

The Tweet chat will also discuss how people can push their tech businesses further, including best practices to adopt, with CNN’s experts offering valuable advice.

To take part in CNN’s ‘African Start-Up’ Tweet chat, simply log in to Twitter, search #CNNAfrica, and join the conversation.

Key Twitter handles for the chat include @cnnafricanstart,@afromusing, @africatechie and @whiteafrican.

Join the conversation and share your experiences, thoughts and ideas. The conversation will be featured on CNN.com. ‘African Start Up’ is sponsored by First Bank.

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