BAKE will conduct a training workshop on Blogging and Social Media. You are invited to the training to learn the following: Basics of Blogging & Social Media, Becoming a better blogger, Writing skills and readership, Personal Online Branding, Social Media Ethics and Understanding Copyright. The training is absolutely free and is in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
As part of BAKE’s contribution to increasing the knowledge of bloggers and social media users on how to be safe online while creating content online, we will be hosting a training in Kisumu on Virtual Private Networks and Internet Shutdowns.
The 2nd Convergence Africa World Expo will be taking place from the 5th to 7th April 2017 at the KICC. Themed “Connecting Africa”, the event will showcase the convergence of telecom, IT, broadcast and digital media industries. We will be there to train on digital skills as well so don't miss out!
We will be hosting Safaricom for the launch of the youth entrepreneurship TV show BYOB (Be Your Own Boss) by BLAZE at the iHub on Wednesday 18th January 2017 between 4.30pm and 8.00pm. BLAZE is a sub-brand of Safaricom that is geared towards the company's young customers aged 26 years and below.
We Will ll be hosting Barclays Bank of Kenya at our offices at The Nailab. We will have an interactive panel discussion where our audience will be taken in depth in understanding the bank. Barclays Bank of Kenya is one of the largest listed companies in the Nairobi Securities Exchange and offers full commercial, investment banking and retail banking services across the entire country.
We’ll be hosting Microsoft for an informative panel discussion on how the software giant is helping increase productivity in workplaces and accelerating businesses through their innovative technologies that bring new solutions to existing problems. Solutions that help you work smarter and faster, and that limit increased risk of vulnerabilities at your workplace.
On Thursday 25th August 2016 5.30pm, we’ll be hosting Airtel for an interactive panel discussion at Nailab, where they will take the audience through the innovative product – Airtel UnlimiNet. Join us and be part of the conversation that with be led by an interactive panel as we are taken through the new product by Airtel that provides its customers with the best offer for voice, SMS and data bundles in the country.
Topic: “Let’s get Kenyan Businesses Ready for the Future and Nairobi Riding A Little Better” Be a part of the conversation, which will be led by a robust interactive panel as they discuss how to get Kenyan Businesses leverage on technology to drive efficiency in their businesses as well as delve deeper into the most innovative taxi hail app straight outta Silicon Savannah – Nairobi.
We’re seeking to demystify BLAZE. Join us for an engaging panel discussion this Thursday, where we’ll talk about Safaricom’s new platform. The Safaricom team will give first hand insights into Africa’s first telecommunications sub-brand for the youth – BLAZE Kenya – and why it’s strategically positioned to transform the way the company relates with Kenyan youth. Topic: “Move over Millenials, Here Comes Kenya’s Generation Z”
This Workshop will bring together bloggers and experts from the corporate world in a panel sitting to discuss whether some brands are exploiting bloggers by either not paying for content or paying way below the going rate for services.
Still A Mum seeks to shine a spotlight on the woman who after carrying a pregnancy to term or for a few months, loses the pregnancy through miscarriage, the woman who is unable to conceive and that woman who desires to provide a home to a homeless child through adoption. October 15th is the world pregnancy and infant loss day. Still A Mum will be commemorating this day every year as a way of giving affected women a support forum.
We will host the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) on Thursday 24th September 2015, as they discuss their recently launched Child Online Protection campaign. The campaign Dubbed "Be the Cop", was launched in Mombasa on August 4th at the Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association (KEPSHA) Annual Conference. "Be the Cop" highlights the role parents, guardians and teachers need to play to protect children in cyberspace
The session aims to shed light on the correlation between the Internet, the Law and the State. Topics to be covered include: • The Legal system • Defamation • Criminal Law Process • Communication Laws • Privacy • Confidentiality • Intellectual Property • Consumer Law • Social Media Policies.
BAKE will hold a Teens Holiday Workshop that targets teenagers aged between 15 – 20 years old and their parents. The workshop will focus on online safety and the benefits of joining helpful online communities while being cautious of the glaring online risks which include Cyber bullying, trolling and pornographic sites.
We will be hosting Lab & Allied as they engage with bloggers and the public on their brand existence and products in Kenya and the region. The panel discussion will focus on Lab & Allied’s expansion strategy, the business that will arise from their expansion and their contribution to their consumers’ lifestyle.
BAKE will conduct a training workshop on Blogging and Social Media. You are invited to the training to learn the following: Basics of Blogging & Social Media, Becoming a better blogger, Writing skills and readership, Personal Online Branding, Social Media Ethics and Understanding Copyright.
BAKE in collaboration with Mugambi Laibuta, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and Riva Jalipa a legal officer from Article 19 will carry out training on the Law and Internet in Kenya. You are invited to the training to learn the following: The Legal system, Defamation, Communication Laws, Intellectual Property, Consumer Law and Social Media Policies among others. Read more about the training here: http://www.blog.bake.co.ke/2015/07/15/the-law-internet-kenya-training-nakuru/
BAKE in collaboration with Mugambi Laibuta, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya will carry out training on the Law and Internet in Kenya. You are invited to the training to learn the following: The Legal system, Defamation, Criminal Law Process, Communication Laws, Privacy, Confidentiality, Intellectual Property, Consumer Law and Social Media Policies. Read more about the training here: http://bloggers.or.ke/free-training-on-internet-and-the-law-in-nyeri/
OLX will launch the Unused Goods Report and share details of the inventory survey released by Nielsen Kenya this year. They will be able to share with the public some interesting insights into how Kenyans are making money selling unused items in their houses and how this is subsequently contributing to the larger economy of the country. Join us at the Nailab from 6.00pm as we explore the gold mines that are lying in plain sight in our houses.
Kenyan Blog Awards 2015