Start-ups To watch – Nailab season 3 start-ups

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Nailab, one of Kenya’s leading business incubators, last week took on the 3rd batch of incubates into the program. The incubator, which has so far achieved great success in its 36 months of operation, has seen over 10 companies graduate from the 12 month program with some start ups currently employing over 10 personnel in their companies and others making a turnover of over $24,000 a month.

The new start -ups range from social enterprises to hardware development start-ups.  “We are excited about the new composition of start ups and look forward to the next 6 months working together in developing this ideas” said Sam Gichuru CEO &Co-Founder of the Nailab.

We got a chance to interact with the start-ups and this is who they are?

 Soko text:

Is a start up that is working to enhance food security and encourage nutrition and savings for people in the slum dwellings in Kenya.

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Find a home:

Is founded by a group of young technology students from JKUAT  and their solution is a property agency site that will help home seekers get a their dream using geo-location.

FindHome

 Gemmyz solutions:

Is a young company that is developing a permit management system that will help contractors in accessing permits in different counties and ease delivery of their services

GemmyzSolutions

 i-content systems:

i-content is indeed the game changer. These young men are developing a wearable technology targeting bodaboda cyclist and motorcyclists to increase visibility & reduce road carnage

iContent

Bookshelf:

An enterprise founded by Steve Nguru, will help with easing the access to reading material to the lower income earner and instead of academic fires, we will have more academic lights lit.

Bookshelf

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Kennedy Kachwanya
Lead Blogger at Kachwanya.com
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Kennedy Kachwanya is a technology blogger interested in mobile phones both smart and dumb, mobile apps, mobile money, social media, startups ecosystem and digital Savannah. New media must not forget the strength of old tech.
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