The Sanlam Innovation Works Competition is public platform that offer start-up funding for projects at early-stage development that address key issues in innovation. The competition which is currently in its fourth cycle is a joint project between Sanlam Namibia and the Namibia Business Innovation Institute.
570 unemployed youths graduated from the Reconstruction Living Labs Namibia (RLabs), which is a social innovation programme under the Namibia Business Innovation Institute (NBII), at NUST.
The Faculty of Computing and Informatics in collaboration with the Namibia Business Innovation Institute (NBII) and the Windhoek ACM SIGCHI Chapter, recently hosted the Game Design Challenge, also known as Gameathon.
The Namibia Business Innovation Institute (NBII) recently held its annual Business Plan Competition. Since the NBII’s inception in 2009, the Institute has striven to create a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs to realise their dreams of becoming experts in the business sector.