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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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It seems this is the week of catching up on blog posts of nearly fresh news that I think is quite relevant and important for this blog. Case in point is that earlier this week Safaricom announced somewhat quietly(?) that they launched a portal that makes it easier for businesses

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A couple of days ago I received a press release on Mozilla-backed research carried out by Research ICT Africa that found that significant barriers to internet access remain in Kenya. The research aimed to understand, from a comparative perspective, how Kenyan citizens use the internet when data is subsidized, and

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Nokia, Is Back, In Kenya Nokia is back, in Kenya, with a bang. Yessir! I attended the launch last week of the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 which are all pure Android smartphones. Indeed, the back story of Nokia’s rise and fall is a poignant one. Nokia owned

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