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Meet the 11 startups Pitching at the Nairobi Seedstars

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After doing roundups in most of the countries in Africa, Seedstars is now in Nairobi conducting its Incubation after selectively choosing startups to pitch at the event. The startups that win and are selected from Seedstars Nairobi 2017 on 10 November 2017 also get a chance to compete for up to US$1 million in equity investment at the global final in Switzerland next year.

The Seedstars Nairobi 2017 pitching event will take place on 10 November 2017 at Nailab.

The 11 startups selected are:

StartupDescription
BuuPass Kenya LimitedA digital marketplace for bus and train tickets that creates simple transportation solutions to help people move easily.
ConnectMedPlugging Africa’s primary care gap, by providing online medical consults that use health professionals more efficiently.
Jobsikaz AfricaAn online recruitment tool that leverages on a comprehensive candidate database with fine search, shortlist and evaluation tools.
M-ShuleImproves learning for every primary student in Africa using artificial intelligence and SMS to deliver personalized, accessible education.
PortableVoices CreativesA podcasting and audiobook production company that aims to provide a platform for knowledge sharing and self-expression.
SokompareAn e-Commerce platform offering Cars while also being price comparison platform offering Insurance facilities.
The Konnector LimitedStriving to connect communities and prosper people. Konnector connects motorcycle riders( bodas ) to people who need their services.
TozzaPlusA cloud business management solution for small businesses with integrated CRM, Payroll, Pay-outs, Accounting & invoicing.
WazInsureAutomates the entire insurance value chain making it simpler, transparent and cost-effective for all stakeholders.
Sinbad Technologies LimitedA platform to democratize and simplify the process of obtaining marine cargo insurance.
Brillant Innovations LimitedSuite of modern and scalable payment APIs for forward-thinking businesses

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