Kenya’s Miti Health hopes for Unreasonable access to mentors, markets

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Kenyan startup Miti Health, which provides chemists with business management and supply chain software on the Android platform, hopes taking part in the Unreasonable East Africa accelerator programme in Kampala this summer will allow it to scope out Uganda as a possible expansion market while also gaining to access to investors and mentors.

Disrupt Africa reported earlier this year Miti Health was one of 12 startups selected to take part in theUnreasonable East Africa programme, and Jennifer Stutsman, East Africa programme director at Miti Health, told Disrupt Africa the startup’s participation would offer it several opportunities.

Source: Disrupt Africa (link opens in a new window)

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