Cellulant announces partnership with 2018 Pwani Innovation Week to be hosted in Mombasa for 5 days.

Mr Mahmoud Noor, Mr Simon Oriki Ms. Muragijimana,
  To be hosted in Mombasa County the first Pwani Innovation week will take place from 3-7 December 2018 at at the Kenya Coastal Polytechnic. The leading Pan-African payments Company-cellulant ,which do provide a one-stop digital payments platform,on 9th November announced its partnership of the inaugural Pwani Innovation Week in conjuction with Swahilipot Hub.

  Presenting the sponsorship cheque at the official launch on 9th November in Mombasa was Ms Divine Muragijimana,cellulant’s chief of brand who challenged coastal youth to find creative and innovative solutions.
    “We want to challenge the youth in coastal counties to find creative and innovative solutions to everyday real-life issues affecting their communities”,said Ms Muragijimana. 

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However, she said they are striving to engage, inspire and encourage the youth to come together collaboratively create solutions for their everyday solutions.

Mr Mahmoud Noor, Mr Simon Oriki Ms. Muragijimana,

    “We are hosting a concept hack purposely to encourage young people to get out of their comfort zones,think big create innovative local solutions for each sector“,stated Ms Muragilimana. She however said cellulant brings rich experience in solution’s for the right problem”,added Ms Muragijimana.

  This partnership will include a concept hack where youth from across the six coastal counties- Mombasa,Kwale,Kilifi,Lamu,Tana River and Taita Taveta will compete in creating innovative solutions for their communities.

 The Pwani Innovation Week powered by Cellulant, will feature a variety of events including a week-long exhibition, a concept hack a keynote address from the Cellulant company CEO and Co-founder, Ken Njoroge on Wednesday, 5th December.The program  will also include family,art and cultural events concluding with the annual Pwani Got Talent competition -the region’s biggest art and culture event showcase.

   The participants who will have the opportunity to take part in the concept hack will demonstrate their creativity, resourcefulness and team building skills to develop innovative solutions to everyday challenges at the coast.
 
The young people at Swahilipot and the Pwani region at large are working to develop a culture of innovation that will improve their lives and transform the region. Cellulant’s involvement in Pwani Innovation Week will go a long way in building an innovation ecosystem focused on creating and supporting new businesses across key sectors in the Pwani region”, said Mahmoud Noor, Patron and Chairman of the Board, Swahilipot Hub.

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  Among the objectives of the concept hack is to provide the youth opportunities to

showcase a product or service concept,develop a-go to market strategy and most importantly,stimulate creative problem solving through collaboration.The solutions will cover any of the following sectors-Agriculture and Agribusiness,art,culture and heritage,technology and

Ms. Divine Muragijimana, Cellulant’s Chief of Brand

communication,Tourism and hospitality,transport and logistics,private sector both National and county Governments.

   The winners of the concept hack shall be awarded at the event Gala dinner.

  Cellulant belief in providing solutions to everyday challenges across Africa has led to digitizing payments end to end for various value chains and as a result providing increased transparency and broader reach within a single mobile commerce platform for financial sector players.

  Moreover, Cellulant is on a mission to build the number one payment business in Africa,led by values driven entrepreneurial minded people in pursuit of this mission,cellulant has commenced the third iteration of its business strategy anchored on consumer payments ,internet payments and market payments.This is aimed at fixing Africa’s payment problems by connecting 700 million mobile users to payments that power their daily lives.

Today,Cellulant payments platforms 1 in 10 Africans with 2.5 million doing monthly transactions. Cellulant operations are not only in Kenya but it has also spread its wings across 11 African countries including Ghana,Malawi,Uganda and Zimbabwe among others.
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