Forbes Author Kerry Dolan who goes around the world tracking the wealthiest people and detailing their history of success has just released a list of the most promising and perhaps inspiring young entrepreneurs in AFRICA published in the Forbes’ June Issue.
We thought we should share this because the topic is related to Kenyayote’s Young entrepreneur of the week that is published every Friday here. In Forbes list, 30 under 30 African entrepreneurs were listed but we localized it to Kenya and so we picked only the featured Kenyans.
1. Mubarak Muyika
The 20 year old Mubarak Muyika is the founder of Zagace Limited. Zagace Enterprise Software is a provider of customized business solutions to organizations and firms. You can read more about Zegace here.
2. Ronak Shah
The 27 years old Ronak Shah is the founder of Kronex Chemicals Ltd. Kronex firm manufacturers dish washing liquids and detergent at an affordable price.
3. Joel Mwale
The 22 years old is the founder of Skydrop Enterprises.SkyDrop produces milk, purified drinking water and other dairy products at an affordable cost of the middle class in Kenya
4. Kennedy Kitheka
The 25 years old Kennedy Kitheka is the founder of Funda. Funda is an online education platform that provides university students with ways of accessing course material at an affordable price.
5. Catherine Mahugu
The 27 years old is the Co-founder of, Soko. Soko is an online shop that sells handcrafted Kenya made accessories.
The above list was adapted from Forbes list of 30 under 30 for 2015 Africa entrepreneurs published on the Forbes June issue. Forbes Africa magazine is published in South Africa.
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