Category: Kenya

Eneza Education: making “education for all” a reality by working hand-in-hand with mobile operators

February 2, 2018 | Ecosystem Accelerator | Sub-Saharan Africa | Kenya | Peter Ndichu

Over the past two years, the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator programme has been closely following the developments of Nairobi-based EdTech start-up Eneza Education. After deep-diving on the ...
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Complementarity and commitment in good measure for successful partnerships: Lessons from Product Health

January 10, 2018 | Mobile for Development Utilities | Sub-Saharan Africa | Bangladesh | Kenya | Tanzania | Guest Blogger

This blog was written by Charu Chadha, former Senior Market Engagement Manager, Mobile for Development Utilities Country(s) of implementation: Tanzania, Kenya and Bangladesh Mobile ...
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Meet our portfolio start-ups: Optimetriks, Africa

December 17, 2017 | Ecosystem Accelerator | Sub-Saharan Africa | Kenya | Uganda | Maxime Bayen & Martin Karanja

This blog is the first of a series intended to share insights about our Innovation Fund portfolio start-ups. Beyond details on the start-ups’ operating model(s) and local impact, we ...
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Three lessons to consider while field testing IoT hardware: Learnings from the Upande grant

December 14, 2017 | Mobile for Development Utilities | Sub-Saharan Africa | Kenya | Ilana Cohen

This blog was written by Charu Chadha, formerly a Senior Market Engagement Manager, Mobile for Development (M4D) Utilities. In 2013, we launched the M4D Utilities Innovation Fund to trial ...
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Three key takeaways from Seedstars Nairobi

November 23, 2017 | Ecosystem Accelerator | Sub-Saharan Africa | Kenya | Peter Ndichu

On 10 November the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator team was invited to judge Seedstars Nairobi’s pitching competition. Eleven start-ups representing multiple sectors, such as insurance, ...
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