Kenya ICT Board Announces Private Sector Digital Content (Tandaa) Grant Winners.
I was meant to attend the Kenya ICT Board’s Dinner last week on the 30th September 2010 where they we’re to unveil the private sector digital content grant winners but I was really tired so could not make it. However, and this is something I had planned to blog about
Kenya ICT Board to offer grants for (local) digital content and software applications.
According to the news today, the Kenya ICT Board has issued a call for proposals from Kenyan firms and software application developers for grants to support local content and software applications. The grants are being coordinated via the Kenya ICT Board for the Transparency and Communications Project (TCIP) which is
Kenyan Mobile Apps and Content to go on Nokia’s OVI Store.
Application Developers and Publishers in Kenya can now publish and distribute their mobile applications directly on Nokiaâ€™s OVI Store. The OVI self service tool provides an easy way to distribute and monetize local mobile applications and content by potentially reaching millions of consumers around the world who use Nokia devices.