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This month on Startup Grind Dar, we feature Mike Mushi, an internet entrepreneur and one of the founders of Jamii Forums, a user generated website and a catalyst for great conversation in Swahili with over 2.5 million unique monthly users.
Mike Mushi is an internet entrepreneur and one of the founders of Jamii Forums, a user generated website and a catalyst for great conversation in Swahili with over 2.5 million unique monthly users.
Cynthia Bavo is a communication specialist with work experience in digital marketing, corporate communication and media production. In 2015, she was bit by the entrepreneurship bug and went on to start a digital content creation and events company, Hey it's Cin! that helps entrepreneurs attract their target audience and increase their sales by creating online content that converts, and makes groundbreaking web productions.
Cynthia loves to travel and to tell stories whether love stories or corporate stories or entertaining reality tv stories. Some day, she plans to produce all sorts of reality shows and webseries.
Lydia is a Marketing Executive in the Radio Broadcasting industry, a job she has been doing for the past year and a half. Lydia has always been entrepreneurial which stems from her parents, and in 2013, She saw an opportunity and started selling a local quick meal known as 'Zege' in Tanzania to a diverse community while living in the UK. She went on to sell the local home made quick meal with variety of toppings but later on, discovered a whole new world in organic skin care. Lydia went on to hand make organic skin care products and cosmetics and sold in her local community in the UK.
Lydia later relocated to Tanzania, got an exciting job in Radio Broadcasting which involves drafting concepts, up-sell them to potential businesses to implementation, which many times means working with small and corporate brands in Tanzania. Lydia also looks forward to establish her Organic Skincare and Cosmetics company in Tanzania. She looks forward to exciting times, loves to travel, exchanging ideas with friends, colleagues and family and most of all loves crafting.