Unversity of Nairobi’s New Incubation Policy Announced

The University of Nairobi (UoN) has set in place a new incubation policy to facilitate the operations and growth of startups that are engage in commercially viable businesses.

The institution is now increasing its commitment towards startups by providing office space to those in incubation programs and free internet access to startups. Also, the University is making intellectual property (IP) protection, mentorship, networking services, auditing and legal services available to startups.

The vice-chancellor, Professor Peter Mbithi speaking during the occasion says there is need for collaboration between the public and private sectors in Kenya to foster the economic development of the nation: “For us to fulfill our national development agenda and commercialization of technological start-ups, we have developed this incubation policy,” he added.

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