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Otarkie co-founders want Zim e-commerce to thrive


A couple of weeks ago we reported on an e-commerce builder called Otarkie. The platform offers anyone who wants to launch their business online the tools to do so. You can start off on a 14-day free trial and if their services are to your liking you can then shell out the US$180 a year for Otarkie. For that money, you get a bespoke website, payments and most importantly Otarkie’s logistics partners. To learn more about the service we are joined by the co-founders of the startup Brandon Musa and Tafadzwa Chamisa.

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2 thoughts on “Otarkie co-founders want Zim e-commerce to thrive

  1. This sounds very interesting and innovative it’s great to hear that Zim has such forward minded innovate tecs

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