Now, in a new development that has more significance on its future, MVendr has been admitted into 500 Startups, a global venture capital seed fund and startup accelerator based in Silicon Valley, San Fransisco.
Mvendr’s revamped app is an excellent improvement on their previous version and could have been a good solution for vendors today. It will, however, predictably, face the same challenges its predecessor faced in Zimbabwe like data affordability.
A UK based company called Mvendr has announced the launch of a vending app that according to them allows “vendors” or micro traders to sell things like prepaid airtime, electricity tokens and DStv subs. According to the release, the Mvendr app is launching first in South Africa and Zimbabwe with other African countries coming up […]