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Snapplify advances digital education in East Africa
Launched in Kenya in 2016, global edtech company Snapplify has seen exponential growth in East Africa, with hundreds of schools registered. Now, as part of its ongoing goal to increase access to digital education tools and content, the start-up has expanded its East Africa team.
Based out of Nairobi, the Snapplify team brings together strong publishing, education and government experience: David Ayieko (previously Longhorn), Alexia Sahara (previously e-Limu), Eric Shitubi (previously Oxford University Press), Peter Mugo (5+ years at Snapplify), Lilian Nyaranga (previously e-Limu) and Kenneth Karangi (previously Text Book Centre). The company is currently recruiting for additional customer service team members.
“Over the past six years, Snapplify has made great strides in East Africa. We’re committed to supporting teachers and students with everything they need to teach and learn, and having a strong team on the ground will go a long way to achieving that,” said Wesley Lynch, chief executive of Snapplify.
Snapplify boasts award-winning solutions
David Ayieko, who has joined as Snapplify’s regional education and marketplace sales manager, added, “The wealth of industry experience and local market knowledge of the team has set us up for success. We’re passionate about 21st-century learning and excited to have the resources to bring Snapplify’s award-winning solutions to more schools, universities, publishers and retail partners.”
Snapplify is at the forefront of edtech solutions in Africa, and specialises in enabling digital learning for individuals and institutions via the largest digital educational marketplace in Africa.
Thousands of schools, colleges and universities use the South Africa-founded start-up every day to teach, learn, and access educational content. Snapplify is the digital content partner on one of the widest-reaching digital interventions in Africa – a project that delivers technology and e-learning to public schools in South Africa’s Gauteng province.
- Thousands of schools have already joined the Snapplify Engage family. Register online for free today to get access to teacher benefits and other incredible educational tools.
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