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This is a follow-up article to my post Why most Zimbabwean Start-ups fail. After reading some of the comments and discussions, I felt the need to share with everyone the list of Start-ups I compiled during my research for the first article. Below is the list, I hope it will help you in whatever way you want.
You will notice that I might have omitted some Start-ups, please forgive me; either I have never heard of them or they have simply skipped my mind. I have also not included some because I don’t consider them start-ups since they are funded by well-established organisations with deep pockets for example vPayments and EcoCash.
The list might not be as long as some critics would want, but it represents a great deal of potential and hope. Over 50 start-ups in 4 years translates, on average, to more than 1 start-up every month. That’s quite impressive and promising and statistics can be drawn with a good level of confidence. The only sad thing is that from this list less than 10 are really doing well or have a promising future. Some have even halted operations and the websites are now “offline”.
Vehicles and Parts
Blogs & Magazines
Travel & Accommodation
Food & Recreation
Payments & Remittances
Please feel free to add to this list.
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