Train the Trainer Training

  • KU-HNU-DAAD Project

    Prof. Bayer, Hochschule Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Vice Chancellor Kenyatta University Prof. Paul K. Wainaina and Dr. Manu Chandaria, Chairman Chandaria Foundation with other guests during the Kick-off Meeting of the KU-HNU-DAAD Project on 3rd May 2017;

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  • Africa Innovation Festival
    Africa Innovation Festival

    Environment and Natural Resources CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu and Kenyatta University acting Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina are shown a manufacturing machine that produces fuel from plastics waste. The fuel is being used by boda boda riders and costs less than carbon based fuels available in the market. The stand is part of the exhibition at the ongoing Africa Innovation Festival at Kenyatta University.

  • Design Thinking and Lean Start up Training
    Design Thinking and Lean Start up Training
  • Training

    TechnoServe Chandaria-BIIC training on agent based networks

  • KU USA Innovation Incubation Benchmarking Visit
    KU USA Innovation Incubation Benchmarking Visit
  • Training

    TechnoServe Chandaria-BIIC training on agent based networks

  • Most Promising University Incubator

    Chandaria Business and Incubation Center is ranked as one of the Most Promising University

    Incubation Centers in Africa in the University Business Incubator Rankings 2014

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  • KU-HNU-DAAD Training
    KU-HNU-DAAD Training
  • 3D Printing
    3D Printing
  • Start Up Challenge
    Start Up Challenge

About Us

The directorate works to foster the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in Kenyatta University through establishment of innovation and entrepreneurship programmes that have strong links with industry. Industry collaborations are critical for skills development (education and training), the generation, acquisition, and adoption of knowledge (innovation and technology transfer), and the promotion of entrepreneurship (start-ups and spin-offs). The directorate also works to enhance coordination of Research and Development (R&D) agendas and avoid duplications, stimulate additional private R&D investments, and exploit synergies and complementarities of scientific and technological capabilities.  This collaborations also expands the relevance of research carried out in Kenyatta University, foster the commercialization of R&D outcomes, and increase the mobility of labour between Kenyatta University and industry. The industry benefits through increases in the propensity of firms to introduce new products and to patent.



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