Kenyan tech start-up, Kyanda, is appealing for funding to enable it to expand the suite of products and services that it is offering.
While the firm has already launched a money transfer mobile App that enables users to purchase airtime and pay for their utility bills, it is still to start other cutting edge products due to lack of funding.
In the pipeline is an offline product that will increase our user base and offer services to those without smartphones.
“We are open to funding from Venture Capitalists or Angel Investors, among others. We aim to build and house nearly all services that our clients require daily, all in one secured platform,” Kyanda’s 19-year-old founder Collins Kathuli says.
The Kyanda mobile application enables users to make easy, cheap and fast money transfers. Users can also purchase and supply discounted airtime to individuals and organisations, pay utility bills and get instant discounts on all payments as well as convert their excess airtime back to cash.