Irene Kagwa of Uganda Communications Commission awarding the Kytabu Team, Dr. Ndun’gu and Tonee Ndung’u
Kytabu: A micro-leasing textbook subscription application that enables students to get just the material they need to learn, when they need it, wherever they are and pay for just that piece of content while they have it. From Kenya
Ivan Lumula Of Microsoft awarding Mikul Shah and Johann Jenson of Sleepout
SleepOut.com: Web and SMS-driven booking process connects both commercial and peer-to-peer hosts with guests and agents. From Kenya
Kola Studio’s Team
Kola Studios: Matatu, is a two-player card game based on the popular Ugandan game played with a pack of cards.The game can be played on Mobile (Android) and on Facebook. From Uganda
Erik Hersman giving Geoffrey Ndosi of Go Finance the trophy
GO Finance Company Ltd: GO, leverages business value chains & technology to provide MSMEs at the base of the pyramid. From Tanzania
Agatha Gikunda of Intel with Laban Okune and Mark Ngetich of Ma3Route
Ma3Route: Ma3Route, crowd-sources for traffic and transport information from locals in order to provide users with up-to-date information that can inform their movements. From Kenya.
Other startups that particiapted inlcude the following.
The Mobile Finance category had Inforex Africa, M-Duka Ltd, DEPHICS Ltd and Intelworld Ltd.
The Mobile Entertainment Category had Jooist, TiVi, 254Events and Tokelezea while the Mobile Utilities Category had SmartShop,TrueDine, The Diet Assistant Ltd and Habari App. The Mobile Enterprise Category were SchoolMaster Solutions, Echorest Technologies Ltd,Mank and Tank and Binary Logic.
The Mobile Society Category had Code Vision Ltd, Ecademy Africa, Skoobox and iDaktari Ltd.