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The Spanish on demand delivery platform Glovo is on course to conquer Africa’s online delivery business space as it continues to become a major thing.

This is after the company announced its plans of expanding Glovo services and operations to include Ghana and Tunisia, bringing its current operations to a total of seven countries on the continent.

Earlier this year, the Spanish on demand delivery platform launched its service operations in Accra in Ghana, and in the following month it saw extending the service to the city of Tema, and it expects to launch in Tunis in Tunisia next month [October].

Also Read: Glovo expands in Kenya

we take it completely for granted that you can push a button on your smartphone and something happens nearly instantly in the real world.

This trend is fast expanding to all sorts of use cases due to our ever growing need for instant …


These days, technology has changed our life, how we respond to everything including how we buy and sell products and services. Fewer clicks on our smartphones or computers now and we can book a cab, a hotel room, a cinema ticket, buy salt, pizza, groceries and a lot of other products and services.

To do so, we often download apps or go to certain web platforms, create accounts by providing personal information and agree to the terms and conditions. We are then able to buy the products and services we are looking for.

When on the platform, done selecting the products or services we wanted, right before paying, we are most of the time requested to confirm that we agree to the “terms and conditions” or “terms of use” or “terms of service” of the platform. By clicking that we agree, we thus enter into a binding sale contract.

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Spanish delivery firm Glovo, in a bid to expand its geographical reach within Kenya, has officially launched its service in Kenya’s second largest city, Mombasa. 

The move will now see residents of Mombasa experience faster on-demand deliveries on categories such as food,groceries, drinks and courier services from different outlets within the town.

READ ALSO:Glovo now eyes bigger share of African market

Glovo already has partnerships with outlets such as Chicken Inn, Java House and Naivas supermarkets which operate in Mombasa. 

Speaking during the official launch of the new city, William Benthall, Glovo’s General Manager for Kenya, expressed his optimism towards the new venture.

“Our expansion to Mombasa was informed by our wider goal to have a presence in all the towns in the country,” said Mr. Benthall, We are continually onboarding more partners so as to serve our customers better and offer the best delivery services

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Glovo, one of the world’s fastest growing delivery players has announced a USD169 million Series D funding round, led by international venture capital firm Lakestar, as it plans to expand its operations in Africa.

The start-up, which recently launched in Nairobi, will use this injection of funding to bolster its growth within the Sub-Saharan Africa market.

READ:Investing in Kenya’s logistics space

Priscilla Muhiu, the firm’s head of marketing for Sub-Saharan Africa says the move aims at improving their response to customers.

“Glovo is committed to taking its tech capabilities and systems to the next level. We will use this opportunity to grow our team of tech experts to create a smarter and more efficient experience for customers and reduce waiting time for Glovers,” said Mrs. Muhiu.

“We also intend to expand our footprint across Sub-Saharan Africa, with new operations in Ghana, Nigeria and Tanzania,” she added.

Glovo hopes to …

Tell-Em Public Relations, one of Kenya’s leading Public Relations firms, has appointment veteran PR practitioner Joel Chacha as the agency’s new General Manager effective April 1, 2019. Joel will manage Tell-Em PR’s operations and client portfolio. Tell-Em Public Relations was established in 1999 and has grown to become one of the leading PR agencies in East Africa.

Joel will manage Tell-Em PR’s operations and client portfolio

Tell-Em Public Relations, one of Kenya’s leading Public Relations firms, has appointment veteran PR practitioner Joel Chacha as the agency’s new General Manager effective April 1, 2019.

Joel brings over 10 years of experience in developing and implementing successful communications and digital strategies.

“We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Joel Chacha as Tell-Em PR’s General Manager. Joel’s broad mix of strategy, crisis communication and media relations experience will be a fantastic addition to our agency’s Top Executive Team,” said Tell-Em PR’s Managing Director Elizabeth Cook.

Mutahi Kagwe, Tell-Em PR’s chairman, added:“On behalf of our Board of Directors, I welcome Joel Chacha to his new position. He brings a wealth of knowledge in strategic planning and business development.”

Joel has spent the last few months at the agency overseeing an aggressive client acquisition through strategic pitches and leveraging on …