Revolutionizing access to essential goods and services in Africa by connecting small shops to the digital economy
- The average delivery driver was making $2 to $3 per day before Sokowatch. Now the base wages are $10/day which is much more livable.
- Sokowatch has over 15,000 users that include mom and pop shops and informal sector merchants.
- Secured over $20M in funding to date including investors from Quona Capital, 4Dx, and TO Ventures.
Currently Operating in Seven Regions
July 7, 2021
The latest group of Technology Pioneers blends innovation with entrepreneurial spirit.Read on World Economic Forum »
January 8, 2024
Wasoko and MaxAB will trim roughly 10% of the combined workforce of both companies as merger talks advance, TechCabal has learnedRead on TechCabal »
December 27, 2023
MaxAB, an Egyptian B2B e-commerce platform, has merged with Wasoko, a Sudanese B2B marketplace, to create Africa's largest B2B e-commerce giant. The merger aims to expand their reach and provide a...Read more »
December 23, 2023
Daniel Yu of Wasoko and Belal El-Megharbel of MaxAB want to create a category king in Africa's growing market for tech-enabled wholesale commerce.Read on TechCabal »
May 30, 2023
Wasoko is a B2B e-commerce startup that has been operating in Africa for seven years. The company has expanded into seven countries across East Africa, francophone Africa, and most recently,...Read on Tech In Africa »
May 16, 2023
Kenyan-founded e-commerce firm Wasoko will inject up to $1 million (Sh137.1 million) in its expansion drive to Zambia.Read on Business Daily »
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