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little cab
Retail innovations
August 2016

Little

LittleCabs  is Safaricom and Craft Silicon’s taxi-hailing service. What makes Little more innovative and inclusive – especially for the Kenyan market – than similar providers is that users without internet and/or smartphones can request for rides by dialing the USSD code *826# on their mobile phones.  Additional incentives to riders include free WiFi on the rides, ability […]

Tool-Kit
Publications -
August 2016

Human centered design Africa toolkit

This toolkit has been designed to help you generate solutions in many different fields of interest, from agriculture, to manufacturing, to banking and new technology. Throughout we use examples from some industries, but the process is equally applicable across the board. No matter which industry sector you are designing for, the human centered design (HCD) […]

sawapay
Retail innovations
May 2016

PesaCheck

The brainchild of Code for Kenya and the International Budget Partnership – Kenya (IBP-K), PesaCheck is media-focused fact-checking service used to ascertain the statistical accuracy and relevance of budgetary allocations in all public interest projects in Kenya. Inspired by  by the discrepancies in the reporting of the Kenyan govt budget policy statement for 2016/2017 by the media and […]

no-image
Retail innovations
March 2016

SimbaPay

Simba Pay is a digital money transfer firm that enables users living in these EU countries to send money back home instantly and free of charge and directly tone’s mobile money wallet, merchant or bank account. The firm aims to disrupt the cross-border remittance industry with speed and convenience as the key value proposition. It also […]

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Retail innovations
March 2016

Pesacom

PesaCom, short for Pesa Comparison is a price comparison website for users to search, compare, and apply for lower rates and cheaper prices on a whole range of products across money (personal finance), insurance, and utilities.This includes loans, credit cards, car insurance, home insurance, Digital TV, and mobile phones. Image Credit: Freedigitalphotos.net