15 Most Promising Startups, 2018
15 Most Promising Startups 2018
Alternative Circle founded by Kevin Mutiso,30, (CEO) built a microlending app - SHIKA, that delivers loans to a users mobile money account in less than 30 seconds.
Providing unique B2B ICT applications to companies in need to re-organize their processes
manufacturing company producing a soilless growing medium to horticultural farmers
ConnectMed is leapfrogging traditional health delivery by providing an in-pharmacy primary care service that harnesses telehealth, POC diagnostics, & machine learning.
Dial a pad is a multifaceted platform that handles menstruation and SRHR holistically.
Through our mobile app that has e commerce and chats with gynaes and smart pad dispensers.
GiG is an Event Management Platform (www.gig.co.ke) to help event organizers have an easy time managing their events. We help the organizers manage Event Registration, RSVPs & On-site Registr
Gwiji Link provides a platform for entrepreneurs to access affordable professional skills.
ICOSEED turns banana stems leftover from harvesting into fibre that can be used to make fabrics for bags, purses or table mats.
Many businesses send out bills via SMS. We make these actionable by allowing mobile money users to reply to the SMS to trigger the payment process.
We are harvesting clean drinking water from air in arid and semi arid areas in Kenya. We have developed a prototype that harvest 10 liters of water in 24 hours in relative humidity of 55%
Medbit is a mobile platform for patients to search, book and pay for doctors, specialists, facilities, healthcare services and institutionalized care in real time.
M-Shule is an affordable, SMS learning and data management platform, helping primary school students build 21st century skills through personalised lessons, powered through AI.
OURS AFRICA is a paper-based screening test for diagnosis of breast cancer. The bio-sensing mechanism is implemented on genetically programmed paper, making it a less-invasive procedure that is inexpensive, Portable and Easy to use.
We leverage mobile technology to deliver trade & market information to East Africa SMEs, including clearing procedures, taxes, cross-border commodity prices & exchange rates.
Yusudi is a social enterprise bridging the skills gap between youth and the labour market by offering unique service package which includes skills training and on-the-job support.
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