An Nisa started as an idea to provide a safer alternative taxi service to cater for women and children. There was a niche that had not been met and alot of people were looking for such a service. It was also a determination to empower the women who work as taxi drivers in a male dominated industry.
Auto-Truck E.A Limited is a green technology company that fabricates and locally assembles electric powered three-wheeler light duty Cabs (Elo-Cabs) and handcarts (Elo-Carts) that are sold at relatively fairer prices as compared to the conventional three-wheeler and handcarts for use in taxi services and light transportation especially in small scale farming and in major Cities and towns.
MyRide Africa is a dynamic Tech Startup geared towards transforming public transport in Africa using mobile technology. MyRide Africa connects commuters, PSV crew(Drivers and Conductors), Owners and Saccos via a mobile application. Commuters can rate the matatus, report them and communicate with each other. Drivers and conductors can share updates with their commuters. Owners and SACCOs can receive and respond to feedback from commuters as well as manage and monitor their vehicles.
With our flagship service - Safiri Express, we are optimizing transport efficiency to increase incomes by providing a safe, efficient, affordable & reliable mass transit platform assuring security of movement for human capital at the working class & BOP level. We keep the public transport sector moving - from Demand Aggregation, Supply Consistency,Service Scheduling,Promotion, Matching,Notifications,Tracking,Inventory Standardization,Pricing Payments,Quality of Service,Reviews and Compliance using big data, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Ubabi Vanpooling Society is a social enterprise startup formed in response to the current transit challenges in Nairobi, Kenya. It is a membership based service whose focus is to provide safe, comfortable, convenient, affordable, and environment – friendly urban transportation.
Obaigo, a personal delivery app both on mobile and web platforms, giving users and commuters a new way to make money by making deliveries on trips they’re already taking around the city or upcountry. With the use of booths across the regions in the local towns, users who do not have smart phones are able to list their deliveries for available drivers on the way. Obaigo will disrupt the delivery market in Kenya expected to rise from approximately 5 billion in 2018 to 10 billion by 2020.