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Myfinda, which claims to be the very first search engine developed in Kenya, has officially been launched by Finda Mobile Application Limited last week.
Since the initial activation in January, they’ve had over 5000 downloads and over 400 businesses registering, the company revealed in a press release emailed to Ventureburn.
“The purpose of Myfinda is simple, to make the Kenyan local business visible and accessible,” said CEO and founder of Finda Mobile Application Limited, Maliha Sheikh-Sevany.
MyFinda is a mobile application directory which enables a business to increase their visibility within the marketplace. It provides customers with access to updates regarding jobs, fashion and currency, to name a few.
MyFinda’s subscription fee ranges from Kshs 1500 (R213) to a max price of Kshs 6000 (roughly R853) per annum.
“Our paid subscription makes your business to be a step ahead to increasing your reach, clientele and revenue (sic),” concluded Sheikh-Sevany.
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