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Moses Kemibaro

Moses Kemibaro is the Founder & CEO of Dotsavvy, Kenya’s first digital business agency which conceptualises, develops, delivers, and manages high-performance business results for its clients via digital channels. Dotsavvy has been operational for 20+ years spearheading next practices across a broad spectrum of digital offerings.

Previously, Moses was the Regional Manager for Opera Ads in East Africa, the Commercial Manager for East Africa at the Perform Group, now known as DAZN and Perform Content, as well as the Sales Director at InMobi for Africa where he led sales in Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria, and Ghana. He was also the Founding Regional Manager at Dealfish East Africa (formerly known as OLX Kenya), Kenya’s leading digital classifieds platform, now known as Jiji Kenya.

Moses is a multiple award-winning Technology, Digital Media, and Digital Marketing Blogger, Podcaster and Industry Analyst at MosesKemibaro.com where he rants and raves about all things digital in Kenya and Africa. He is also one of the region's leading digital marketing trainers and a regular speaker and panelist in industry events and also contributes commentaries to leading media.

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According to a press release I received this morning, Safaricom now has over 1 million active 4G users on its network. At the same time, Safaricom has 4G coverage in all 47 counties in the country which means that they have the widest 4G coverage of all mobile networks in

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OPPO is a mobile device brand that I have never used before so it was something of a new experience getting the A71 smartphone a few weeks ago to review. The dual-sim OPPO A71 launched in Kenya in late September 2017 and really started selling well around October 2017. It’s

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For various reasons, some in my control and others not, this post got massively delayed and its great to finally get it done! This is the third part that follows part one and part two of an interview I had with Kris Senanu a few months ago. In the second

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