SMS is very popular, with 98% open rates across Sub-Saharan Africa.
We currently support sending bulk SMSs to Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Togo, Nigeria, Malawi, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Lesotho, Mali, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Guinea.
Messaging is still one of the most popular means of communication. Over 98% of mobile phone owners open messages, whether marketing or transactional. More businesses are now adding messaging as a part of their business processes. Banks, for example, will send an SMS OTP to reduce fraud, while Pizza joints can use SMS for marketing or announcing special offers.
WhatsApp adds more advantages to messaging. With WhatsApp, a business can build an FAQ or social commerce bot that helps customers interact with the business services 24/7. WhatsApp's rich media capability allows businesses to send an image, audio or a video enriched message. With WhatsApp, banks and insurance companies can now ask customers to submit image copies of their documents for KYC or as evidence for a claim.
With the migration into the itax digital system, many are still not familiar with the many taxes that are collected by KRA. This article will feature 6 types of business taxes in Kenya and the importance and benefit of being tax compliant.
One of the tasks of a founder is to hire people who help them deliver on their vision. This task is probably the most strenuous and challenging in a startup. To a passerby, the job is not difficult, but when you get to it, its time consuming, stressful and at the very least scary.
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