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Twiga links farmers and vendors to fair, trusted, modern markets leveraging technology to provide affordable, food safe produce to urban dwellers.
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Editorial office D+C Nov 11
Twiga is improving livelihoods by linking smallholder banana growers to informal urban retailers in Nairobi
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Twiga Nov 3
Hi please share the details of your inquiry with us via DM and we will be happy to respond. Thanks. 'HM
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Twiga Nov 1
Replying to @EvolveAdvisory
Most welcome and all the best.
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Twiga Nov 1
Replying to @EvolveAdvisory
Hello, there is no form. Please send an email to the specified contact with the required details. Sourcing region is where you get your produce/harvest from e.g Tetu, Kirinyaga, Meru etc.
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Twiga Nov 1
Call for Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Suppliers! Twiga is growing and here is your opportunity to join us in our mission! If you or anyone meet the following criteria, please send an email to agent@twigafoods.com.
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World Bank Live Oct 31
🎥 Missed our Global Voices interview with , CEO & Co-Founder of , about how technology can enable enterperenrship? Watch here:
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UNDP Geneva Oct 31
Congratulations to ! CEO Peter Mbuguah Njonjo joined us earlier this month at - play it back for insights from his success story 👉
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Twiga Oct 30
Thank you for your support “Africa VC needs more companies like Twiga, as well as private capital and boards that encourage risk- taking and support management teams that embrace strong trajectories of major value generation.”
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Ido Sum Oct 28
Some thoughts on ’s latest round by my partner . Worth a read.
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Drisjany Tor Anwar. Oct 28
He ran 33 Sub-Saharan African countries with head office in Lagos, Nigeria and offices in Accra, Abidjan, Luanda, Nairobi & Mauritius. He sure knows the reason Francophone W-Africa is the next frontier for Don’t doubt him.
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Maxime Bayen Oct 28
When I first started to look for great in in late 2015, for back then, & Grant Brooke were the first I contacted. Extremely impressed with their journey since. 👍Well done Grant, , & team! >>
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SuperAnalyst Oct 29
If Goldman Sachs has been believed in this idea, then Africa is about to see a revolution in the food supply. Congratulations guys
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Danny O'Brien Oct 29
Great to see such a big name in investing take an interest in emerging market . Congrats to the team on this round.
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Tim Kipchumba Oct 29
Congratulations for this and your team. Your example is great inspiration for all of us folks in working to impact our communities.
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Jessica Hope Oct 30
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Quartz Africa Oct 28
Twiga, the Kenyan agritech startup, is going pan-African with a $30 million round led by Goldman Sachs
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StartupWorld Oct 30
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Twiga Oct 30
Watch CEO recent interview sharing his views on Twiga’s bold vision and future plans of the company on
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Jumoke Jagun-Dokunmu Oct 29
Congratulations to for this week’s announcement that has come on board to help Twiga grow its business across and : IFC is proud to be a Twiga partner.
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Invest Africa Oct 29
member, , leads $30 million funding round into Kenyan agri-tech startup.
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