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Micrive Infinite is pleased to invite you to African Startup Innovation Summit 2020 (ASISt 2020).

In this workshop, the specific needs of the African startup community will be addressed by giving you access to experts and experienced entrepreneurs who understand the African context within a global perspective. 


If you are a startup entrepreneur, you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity.


You will learn how to:

  • Create intellectual property
  • Protect your idea
  • Commercialize your invention by building a revenue generating enterprise
  • Build the right team through judicious selection of the human resources essential for your company, early on.


The program for this intensive one day summit will be as follows:


0900-0915 Welcome, Introduction and Motivation- Mr Chris Nguyai
0915-1000 Demystifying intellectual property– Dr. Kiran Dellimore
1015-1030 Break
1030-1130 What I wish I knew when I founded my startup– Mr. Chris Nguyai/Mr. Yash Todar
1130-1230 Lunch
1230-1400 Hands-on Invention Workshop– Dr. Kiran Dellimore
1400-1415 Break
1415-1500 Choosing the right business model – Mr. Yash Todar
1500-1545 Making a winning team– Mrs. Jackie Karachi
1545-1600 Break
1600-1700 Panel Discussion: Overcoming startup barriers
1700-1800 Happy hour drinks & Networking



  • Kiran Dellimore, Ph.D., engineer and master inventor with 50+ patents: <>
  • Muraguri Nguyai, startup founder, innovator and entreprenuer: <>
  • Yash Todar, entrepreneur and design guru: <>
  • Jackie Karachi, business leader and enterprise builder: <>

Location and directions

Azure Hotel, Lantana Road, Nairobi, Kenya, Kenya

About Micrive Infinite

Micrive Infinite is a Nairobi based biotech startup that is spearheading the medical 3D printing technology sector in Kenya. The company works closely with surgeons, to provide 3D Printing services with the goal to reduce the costs and risks of surgery. They have a variety of products range from patient specific anatomically accurate models to surgical guides. The potential of their business lies in the general acceptance of 3D printing as an armamentum in treatment planning.

Their work so far has revolved around creating Patient-Specific, Anatomically Accurate 3D models for preoperative planning which is why they host events to share, grow and develop the ecosystem through building capacity for invention and profit from the same.