Chini ya Maji Media

Impact Africa Network

A podcast covering the African startup ecosystem; the players, dynamics, lessons, success stories etc

All Episodes

Hi Chini Ya Maji Family, thank you for tuning in to yet another episode on the CYM PodcastIn this episode, we host Preston Ideh, CEO and Co-founder of Stears which is a data powered insights company inspired by the likes of Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters He seeks to empower people to make better decisions by providing them with the necessary information and dataFind out more about this on the podcast, enjoy!

Nov 16

37 min 29 sec

The Beauty of Learning as an Entrepreneur "Entrepreneurs should know when you get a no, it's part of the journey." Henry Chibuzo. The hunger to learn is a key differentiator in how an entrepreneur navigates challenges he/she encounters and emerges successful. Join us in this episode with Henry Chibuzo, Founder & CEO of Schoolable, as he takes us through his journey of building Schoolable; from how he jumped into pursuing startups after campus to his mistakes and the vital lessons he learnt. Major takeaway, never take things personally. A true eye-opener! Enjoy the podcast.

Nov 8

53 min 49 sec

The Power of Passion-Driven Solutions "Do something that you are passionate about. You will not put your mind to something if you are not excited about it," Martin Nielsen. In this episode, we host Martin Nielsen, CEO and Co-Founder of Mdundo who is passionate about revolutionising the African music industry. Join Mark and Martin as they unpack Mdundo's nine-year journey until they were listed on the stock exchange in September 2020. A powerful story on being authentic to self coupled with challenges and lessons Martin learned on his journey. Enjoy!

Nov 1

1 hr

Overcome Fear and Lean into the Unknown "You cannot have a thriving economy without a functioning consumer credit ecosystem," In this episode, we host Yvonne Johnson, MD and Co-Founder of Indicina, a fintech infrastructure start-up focused on AfricaListen in to learn how Yvonne got into the financial services industry and how she chose to address the nagging problem of huge consumer credit gaps in her ecosystem. A relatable story for anyone who has or is experiencing the urge to venture out into the unknown and take a deep dive in addressing a problem.Insightful conversation worth a listen. Enjoy!

Oct 25

32 min 46 sec

The Power of Collaboration in Unlocking Opportunities "Success is layered on top of the success of others," Wiza Jalakasi.In this episode, we host Wiza Jalakasi, VP, Global Developer Relations at Chipper Cash, a lover of Africa Fintech travel, culture and life. Listen to Mark and Wiza as they unpack Africa's tech ecosystem, its players, its current state and how cultural differences impact the system.A lot of precious nuggets in this podcast, enjoy!

Sep 14

43 min 2 sec

Betting on the right team of co-founders "One of the most important things to do when you are starting a tech company or any company is to look for good cofounders because they will definitely define the success of your company," Mutie Mule.In this episode, Mutie Mule, COO & Co-Founder of Solutech Limited, discusses the growth of Solutech from inception to now and what they project in the years to come. Get to see how Mutie and his team of co-founders transcended the notorious co-founder conflict and work together as a team of equals. A story focused on constant learning and unlearning. Enjoy! 

Sep 7

37 min 10 sec

Overcome Your Obstacles, Don't Settle! "The journey of entrepreneurship is not very straightforward," Wilberforce Seguton. In this episode, we host Wilberforce Seguton, CEO & Co-Founder of Bunifu Technologies, a leading tech scale-up in Nairobi, Kenya with its main focus being software development and information security. Get to hear Seguton's story of humble beginnings to how he embarked on his entrepreneurial journey. He even had to go back to up-country at some point because Nairobi, the green city in the sun, had become a 'shamba la mawe'. A relatable story for all of you who have struggled to get things off the ground.

Sep 1

53 min 13 sec

Believe in yourself and take the risk" If you want to tackle a problem at scale, you want to take the route of entrepreneurship," Franziska Reh.Meet Franziska Reh, CEO & Co-Founder of Unconventional Capital, a fintech company focusing on early-stage investing in Africa, who is a corporate financial consultant-turned-fintech entrepreneur. Listen to the story of how a young green peace activist from Bavaria, a town in the southern part of Germany chose to take a risk in solving the problem of funding early-stage entrepreneurs in Africa in a disruptive way. It's truly an unconventional conversation worth listening to!

Aug 27

37 min 18 sec

Live life by creating solutions that have a positive impact "It is ok to take risks if you really believe in something," Kageni Wilson. In this episode, we host Kageni Wilson, Founder and CEO of Finplus Group, a white-label fintech platform in Nairobi for fintechs in Africa.  Get to see how a nerdy and creative individual got interested in the world of tech and building startups that led him to found Finplus GroupDid you know Kageni actually decided not to go to University? Many hilarious and insightful stories in this one. Enjoy!

Aug 24

1 hr 7 min

Process Matters "Tech is at the core of what we do, " Caine Wanjau. Join Mark and Caine, CTO at Twiga Foods, on this episode as they delve into Twiga Foods on how it has transited from a startup to a scale-up and how it has been impacted by the pandemic. Listen to Caine's riveting story on how he grew from a team of one to a team of sixty. You do not want to miss out on this episode full of insights on organisational culture and leadership!

Aug 18

44 min 44 sec

Hi Chini Ya Maji Family, thank you for tuning in to Chini Ya Maji podcast, your one stop shop for all startup news and stories. In this episode, we hosted Nick Quintong, CEO & Co-Founder of PayGoEnergy, a technology company in Nairobi that is building hardware and software solutions to help grow markets for LPG. This episode extensively gives background to the founding of the company, fundraising, scalability as well as challenges and lessons learnt along the way. Enjoy!

May 11

43 min 31 sec

"Entreprenuership is like a bug that once you catch, you can't get rid of & have to live with," - Mutembei Kariuki, CEO & Co-Founder of Fastagger. In this engaging episode, he shares his entrepreneurship background and his transition to tech whose foundation was laid by his father. He also heartily shares his challenges and success stories. Fastagger is an AI & Machine learning service platform that provides data management and algorithms to AI-driven companies. Enjoy the podcast!

Mar 30

37 min 10 sec

Hi Chini ya Maji Family! On this episode, we hosted Mutethia Mbaabu, Co- Founder CEO and of MarketForce 360, a company that helps consumer brands digitize field sales and increasing their channels of distribution. Call it the salesforce for Africa. In this episode, Mbaabu who began entrepreneurship at an early age highlights his background, customer relations as well as his startup journey and lessons learnt therein. Enjoy the podcast!

Dec 2020

24 min 41 sec

Hi Chini Ya Maji Family! We had the privilege of hosting Andrew Mutua CEO & Founder of Pesakit and a Nairobian to the bone! PesaKit is revolutionizing last-mile access to financial services and digital commerce through mobile money agents, for everyone, everywhere. In this episode, Andrew takes us through his background and of special interest is how he made the major decision to shift from sports to computing. A decision in which his mum played a big role in. In the building of his company, he perfectly articulates his experience from market research, customer relations and fundraising. Enjoy the podcast!

Nov 2020

34 min 25 sec

Hi Chini Ya Maji Family! We had the privilege of hosting Henrik Barck Founder and CEO of Afripods, a platform for podcasts. With an 18 year background in the digital sector, Henrik's story is that of success and failure in equal measure. He was however able to overcome two major setbacks, to be who he is today. In this episode, he takes us through his journey in the media space, humorously articulating his experience, from 1993 to present. He also highlights some of the companies he has founded as well as major lessons from his setbacks. Enjoy the Podcast!

Nov 2020

47 min 38 sec

Hi Chini Ya Maji Family! We had the privilege of hosting Paul Kimani Co-Founder and CEO of Work Pay. His story is one that you will not only learn from but also be greatly motivated. He is a perfect example of beating all odds to achieve your goals. Paul was able to use all his skills to create his brand and grow as an entrepreneur. Having started his entrepreneur journey at an early age, and growing all the way to ownership of a company, he articulates his experience from market research, customer relations to fundraising perfectly. Enjoy the Podcast!

Aug 2020

32 min 25 sec

Hi Chini ya Maji family!  As the global pandemic rolls into another week, we are here to make sure you stay informed and inspired by our guests and their stories.This week we hosted Towett Ng'etich, Founder and C.E.O at Uthabiti Healthcare, a pharmaceutical company founded on the need to increase access to safe medicines across communities. He is a young entrepreneur who at an early age  saw a problem in the pharmaceutical space and opted to find a solution for it!  He tells us his story and experience working in the startup world and the importance of building your brand to help in fundraising! Be motivated and enlightened. Enjoy the podcast!

May 2020

35 min 54 sec

Hi Chini Ya Maji Family! Another week another special episode. From the field of academia, our guest this week is Dr. Lawrence Nderu, a professor in the computer Science department in JKUAT, with a PhD in AI from the University of Paris. His deep rooted passion for technology is evident not only through his academic achievements, but also in his day to day routine and understanding of matters computing.  His story is one of childhood love for academia cultivated throughout the growth process turned career and passion. He believes in the constant learning process. His point of view on all matters of AI and innovation is just mind blowing! Dr Lawrence is also part of the Impact Africa Network Community as an instructor at JENGA School, a 12 month intensive program where you can get the chance to jump start your Data Science and AI career. Our mission is to unleash Africa’s genius. Every aspect of this weeks podcast is a learning experience!  Enjoy the Podcast!

Apr 2020

45 min 54 sec

Hello Chini ya Maji Family! Amidst these trying times, we are back again this week to bring you hope for a greater tomorrow with amazing stories of the Nairobi ecosystem.  This week we had the privilege of hosting Ali Hussein CEO of Kipochi. He started his tech journey at Toyota motors as a market analyst, where he learnt the power of technology.Coming from a business-oriented family, his entrepreneurial journey was deep rooted in him from an early age. You definitely don't want to miss out on this! Enjoy the podcast!

Apr 2020

43 min 15 sec

Hey Chini ya Maji family, this week on the podcast we had the privilege of hosting Jason Carmichael Co-Founder and CEO of Tibu, a platform for decentralization of primary patient healthcare by connecting  patients to high quality, affordable healthcare whenever they need it, you can say its Uber for healthcare! Jason has a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of British Columbia and experience working for the World Health Organization Emergency response where his passion for making a difference in the health sector grew exponentially, leading him in this path. Tibu’s self assessment tool  that allows people to assess if they should seek medical attention, is a huge asset during this Covid-19 pandemic and has helped control unnecessary movement and panic among people who may think they are infected with the virus!  Jason’s story is one you definitely don’t want to miss out on! Enjoy the Podcast!

Mar 2020

40 min 30 sec

This week we had the privilege of hosting Don Okoth, CO founder and country manager freight at Sendy. His story is one of hardwork and determination which started at an early age. Don, is a perfect example of entrepreneurs who understand the process of creating a business from the ground up, and adapting to the market. With the current state of the world, Sendy are working hand in hand with local supermarkets to deliver good to people's homes so as to avoid spread of the Coronavirus.  We value all our listeners and the entire Chini ya Maji Family. We encourage everyone to adhere to the regulations put in place to avoid further spread of the virus. We will continue to bring you more encouraging episodes. We are in this together. Stay safe and enjoy the podcast!

Mar 2020

36 min 29 sec

This week, we had the privilege of hosting Chris Orwa, a Data Scientist at I&M bank whose passion for technology is seen not only by his work but also in his conversation.  Chris's story is that of a childhood passion in Tech that grew to become his career.  Having been part of a founding team while still in school, he has experience in both the entrepreneurial and corporate world.   Enjoy the Podcast!

Feb 2020

44 min 38 sec

Happy New Week Chini ya Maji family, another great week, another great throwback episode! This week on our Oldie but Goodie Series we bring you the inspiring story of Louis Majanja, head of product at Ajua.  Enjoy the Podcast!

Feb 2020

1 hr 8 min

Hello Chini Ya Maji Family. Today on our Oldie But Goodie Series, we bring you the inspiring story of Dr Thomas Kirengo, a medical doctor turned entrepreneur who saw a gap in the medical field in Meru-Kenya and came up with a solution to fill that gap by co Founding Imara Mediplus Hospital.  Enjoy the Podcast!!

Feb 2020

1 hr 3 min

This week, we treat you to an Oldie but Goodie episode, where we  hosted Lesley Mbogo , Co-founder of Gobeba, an ecommerce and logistics startup in Nairobi. 

Jan 2020

1 hr 10 min

Happy New Decade Chini Ya Maji family!  Since you enjoyed our last throwback, we want to share with you another Oldie but Goodie featuring one of Nairobi's finest ,Caine Wanjau, CTO @ Twiga Foods. Caine discusses the evolution and trajectory of Silicon Savanna, shares insights on the right approach to tech entrepreneurship as well as best practices for developing a sustainable, investable company.

Jan 2020

1 hr 2 min

Happy Holidays Chini ya Maji Family! This holiday season we are digging into the archives to share some of our favourite oldie but goodie episodes as a holiday treat to you.This weeks oldie but goodie is an origin story of Mook, a kenyan social-ecommerce platform. Co-founder and CEO Eric Thimba shares the start up’s remarkable journey. Enjoy!

Dec 2019

1 hr 10 min

This week we continue spotlighting  VC's and investors creating effective impact in  Nairobi's startup ecosystem.  Our guest is Royosuke Yamawaki, Fund Manager at Kepple Fund who over the last 15 months has invested in over 24 Nairobi based startups!   Kepple Fund, a Japaneses venture capital entered the Nairobi market on August of 2018 and proceeded to make their first investment in December of the same year.  This is precisely what the Nairobi ecosystem has needed. A seed stage investor who moves fast and supports entrepreneurs effectively. Kepple fund is the match that is going to light up the Nairobi startup fuse and the fireworks will be glorious!   What an exciting time to be in Africa. Enjoy the podcast!

Dec 2019

1 hr 1 min

This week we had the pleasure of hosting Jason Musyoka, Angel Investment Manager at ViKtoria Ventures. Creating successful and lasting connections between startups and angel investors. Jason runs the Viktoria Business Angel Network connecting angel investors with innovative startups that are charting new paths and tapping into large market opportunities. Prior to joining Viktoria Ventures, he  worked at Farm Capital Africa as the Head of Finance and Administration operations. Project Manager for Arriscar Ventures responsible for client engagements and company projects, and at Apex Communications as the Finance and Administration Associate charged with streamlining their financing operations. If you are the founder of a start-up seeking an opportunity to acquire capital, he is definitely the man to meet. Enjoy the podcast.

Nov 2019

1 hr 1 min

We have another amazing guest for you this week, William Githui is the Director of Finance at Moringa School  where he's been at the center of helping the company close a significant round of funding.  Previously, William was on the investor side as investment manager at AlphaMundi Group, which is a local venture fund that invest in growth stage companies in Kenya and beyond. So as an investor and now an operator, William is a young professional who has been on both sides of the entrepreneur equation, and despite that he's still one of the nicest, most humble, reliable, high integrity people you will ever meet  and others like him represents the hope we can all have in the future of Silicon Savannah. Listen and learn from the man. Enjoy the podcast.

Nov 2019

1 hr 5 min

This week Esther Kithinji, senior people operations at Moringa school shares her experiences working at a  startup. Esther talks about the lesson learnt  working in a highly dynamic, fast paced environment and how to cope with the ever changing and demanding startup environment. This is a great benchmark for anyone currently working at a startup who wants to validate that their personal experiences are pretty standard for startups and also a way for those who maybe interested in understanding what it's like to work at a startup.  

Nov 2019

37 min 47 sec

This week we host Esther Ndeti, Executive Director at East Africa Venture Capital Association (EAVCA), EAVCA is  East Africa's largest network of private capital investors, representing 85+ firms.  Esther has immersed herself  in closing the capital flow  gaps in East Africa by bringing together various private capital investors and advisors,  looking at the region for growth,  to create a favorable environment for  investments.

Nov 2019

1 hr 7 min

This week we host the amazing Jason Esien, founder of MARAMOJA Transport & Utu Technologies. Jason has a fascinating story, his a founder with an non technical background but his driven by curiosity and a can do attitude.He is one of the first people to introduced a taxi hailing app in Nairobi in 2013 through  MARAMOJA Transport and through the process of building that solution he uncovered another problem and established  Utu Technologies  to solve this. Jason firmly believes in building a trust economy with great social relationships and he has built high impact companies based on this. Enjoy the Podcast!

Nov 2019

1 hr 15 min

This week we had the pleasure of hosting Chris Muraguri, founder of Micrive Infinite for our Inaugural Lunch & Learn. The aim is for local founders to meet, engage and share  insights, experiences with IAN's innovation interns hungry for startup building knowledge in the Nairobi ecosystem.  Micrive Infinite is a Nairobi based startup, that is spearheading the medical 3D printing technology sector in Kenya. They work closely with surgeons, incorporating 3D printing in the treatment-planning phase to improve success rates, reduce complications and pursue cost effectiveness. With over 4 billion people globally risk financial catastrophe due to high costs of surgery, they aim to strategically implement additive manufacturing technology to enhance the planning and execution of surgery.

Oct 2019

51 min 9 sec

This week we catch up with the first cohort of Impact Africa Network (IAN) interns  who came on board  in January to learn about their experiences so far. Plus the new batch (Cohort 2) of talented young entrepreneurs share what they have been working on. IAN is an ecosystem catalytic non profit startup studio in Nairobi on a mission to ensure young talented Africans have a chance  at participating in the digital transformation of Africa as creators and owners. Providing 12 month internships to talented college to develop relevant professional skills, gain innovation experience, and the chance at being part of a startup founding team.

Oct 2019

55 min 52 sec

This week we have the pleasure of bringing to you a real live example of a homegrown thoroughbred entrepreneur if I ever met one. Eric Muli is founder of LipaLater, a fast growing fintech startup that has all the indications of becoming a dominant and transformative company birthed right out of our local soil here in Silicon Savanna. This is one of those stories that will inspire those you who are right now in the trenches building something, give a good kick in the pants to those sitting on the sidelines just talking about doing something, and challenge those who doubt that we have all the ingredients needed to launch and build high growth startups right here in our backyard including entrepreneurial talent, local capital, and a ready market that scales beyond Kenya for the right solutions. 

Sep 2019

1 hr 11 min

This week we have a very special gift for you as we are host our very own legal counsel on the show. Eunice Kavere is founding partner at Lumallas, Achieng and Kavere advocates, who also happen to be our law firm of choice. I thought it would be a good idea to have Kavere share some legal does and don’ts that can help entrepreneurs navigate what can often be the intimidating subject area of legal. LAK advocates have been super helpful to us and I would recommend them to anyone seeking good, solid, approachable legal counsel. As usual the conversation is peppered with many interesting anecdotes from her experiences working at some well known institutions. Quite a few eye popping insights on this one. Enjoy the podcast

Sep 2019

1 hr 12 min

This week we have the honor and pleasure of presenting to you a world class professional from the banking sector on the podcast. Kenya's very own Esther Waititu, head of strategy development in corporate and investment banking at Stanbic Bank graced us with her presence. The idea was to get some insights into how the banking sector evaluates business investments and the challenges they are faced with doing so.  As you the regular listener may have picked up on these conversations tend to have a life of their own. While we touched on these themes at a high level the dialogue stubbornly veered towards the future of banking in a world of innovation and we could not get a better source to hear from on how the banking sector has evolved in the last 20 years and how it is currently responding to changing customer expectations and competitive threats from all quarters. As you will hear on this one, we are truly living in unpredictable times where everything is up for grabs and the only constant is change. Hold on to your hats folks, this one is a roller coaster. Enjoy the podcast. 

Aug 2019

1 hr 5 min

This week we have the never say die Alan Osoro founder of First Choice Global that owns and operates the first locally developed cash remittance app in Kenya. Alan is one of the most tenacious individuals I have ever met. His story perfectly encapsulates why entrepreneurs who have a personal connection to the problem they are solving and are genuinely passionate about it are able to overcome the darkest periods and get to the other side. Alan is a true warrior and a total class act. He is one of those individuals you can't help but root for. I am convinced he will build an amazing company that will be a core part of our fintech ecosystem in the years to come. Watch this space and enjoy this amazing episode! 

Aug 2019

1 hr 14 min

This week we have a groundbreaking episode. For the very first time we have an international guest and this one is filled with valuable insights on one of the hottest domains in technology today. Sameer Maskey is the founder of Fusemachines, all full cycle AI startup in New York. Fusemachines provides AI as a services to fortune 500 companies in US while at the same time developing talent globally through their Ai micro-degree program. Their mission is to democratize AI by making it accessible to all. He is in Nairobi as part of a pre- launch for their local Ai education program to be provided in partnership with their local partner, Jenga school

Jul 2019

1 hr 24 min

This week we host a true veteran of the Silicon Savanna tech scene. Ngigi Waithaka joins us on the podcast to share amazing stories of his journey as a bona fide geek who loves technology. His story charts an amazing course from his days doing the Twiga Foods thing but with just one truck moving produce from farmers to Nairobi, building a one of a kind boutique software development business on Linux, creating the first cybercafe management application, building robust applications for large organizations including the department of defence and his current project where he is looking to make data work better for Africa utilizing Ai and Machine Learning. If there was ever an OG in Silicon Savanna Ngigi Waithaka is that and then some. This is a long podcast friends. There was just too much to cover and we barely scratched the surface. Guys like Ngigi are why I believe Silicon Savanna has a surprise or three for those who may discount Africa's potential to do great things. Enjoy the podcast!

Jul 2019

1 hr 40 min

This week we had the well travelled, super experienced, no nonsense Luis Majanja, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Ajua. As you will hear on this episode Luis is a well travelled tech practitioner with wide ranging experience from machining to building his own social media platform well before facebook. This gentleman is a treasure for the ecosystem and at Impact Africa Network we are super glad to call him a friend and an ally. With Luis driving product strategy it is no wonder mSurvey are on their way to doing big things on the continent. Enjoy!

Jul 2019

1 hr 8 min

This week we pick up where we left off with Kenneth Kinyanjui. This time we dig into a number of super relevant topics specifically around what makes startups fail and things entrepreneurs should be aware of. 

Jul 2019

39 min

This week we have the pleasure of hosting the evergreen and reliable Kenneth Kinyanjui aka young Kenju on the podcast. Kenneth is a long serving member of the Nairobi ecosystem. He is a talented technologist with broad experience in tech entrepreneurship process. He has been part of the Google community across the continent including GDG, Google Launchpad and Google IO. Kenju was cofounded and helped develop WeCashUp, a fintech startup. This is a great story of how the evolution of tech as a global phenomenon has direct impact on the direction of a young African.  

Jul 2019

52 min 15 sec

This week we flipped the script and the host becomes the guest. Mark Karake who is the founder and ceo of Impact Africa Network a first of its kind startup studio shares his story and entrepreneurial journey. This is a story about passion and commitment to pursuing your dreams.

Jun 2019

1 hr 46 min

This week we speak with the intrepid Leslie Mbogo, cofounder @ GoBebab an ecommerce plus logistics startup looking to solve the last mile delivery challenge for African consumers. Lesly and her cofounder Peter have deep roots in tech and startups bringing a combined 25+ years of international and local experience in the sector. Lesley spent over 10 years in Silicon Valley with IBM labs in San Jose and she has 4 patents to her name from that experience, she then went onto Amazon Web Services where she was immersed a culture defined by a commitment to innovation and discipline which you will here about on the podcast. If there is any team that has what it takes to tackle the challenging ecomerce and logistics space, Lesley and Peter are it. They have the pedigree, tenacity, and commitment to make it happen. Enjoy the podcast. 

Jun 2019

1 hr 10 min

This week we have the pleasure of speaking with the indefatigable Navalayo Osembo cofounder at Enda, a first of it's kind athletic shoe company which is leading the Kenyan takeover of the running shoe industry. This is a classic story of two high performing individuals serendipitously coming together around a shared interest and committing to a process of turning a daunting vision into reality by committing to a process. What Navalayo, Weldon and their team have achieved with meagre resources is to be admired and supported. I am a huge fan of what they are doing. If you haven't yet already go to Endasportswear.com and pick a pair of those wonderfully designed, authentically Kenyan running shoes.  

May 2019

1 hr 5 min

This week we speak with the peerless Huston Malande cofounder at Skyline Design, which is one of the more highly regarded software consulting firms in Nairobi. The conversation is a deep dive into Huston and his cofounders origin stories and how they found each other and came to work together. We also cover the subject of culture and how that intersects with and impacts the potential of the ecosystem. All in all Huston and his cofounders are emblematic of the type of high performing entrepreneurs emerging out of the Silicon Savanna. 

May 2019

1 hr 1 min

This week we had the amazing Ella Peinovich, cofounder of Soko, the ethical fashion brand that opened global markets to local artisan jewellers in Nairobi. We cover a great deal of ground on this episode starting with Ella's personal journey first as an architect with roots in art, to her being bitten by the entrepreneurial bug at MIT, through that finding her way to Kenya to build toilets for a social enterprise and finally culminating with inspired stories of the individuals whose lives were transformed through the Soko opportunity - a true purpose and people narrative. Shopsoko.com

May 2019

1 hr 7 min

This week we had a fun time with the gritty, affable, never say die Mary Mwangi who is founder and CEO of Data Integrated, a startup straddling the small business and transportation digitization spaces. This is a great founder journey narrative peppered with useful insights and laughs. You will enjoy this one for sure. 

Apr 2019

1 hr 9 min