Ghanaian mobile agric startup Esoko eyes Zimbabwean market

Ghana’s mobile agri-business startup Esoko, is looking for partners to start services in Zimbabwe.

A news report by TechZim February 27, 2012 said Esoko, in a request for tender published in Zimbabwean newspapers over the last several days, has invited local companies to apply to run the platform in the country as ‘Prime Licensees’.

The tender invitation, according to the publication, says Esoko will provide the partner with technical support, basically setup of the system, maintaining it, application support and training.

The platform provides an information channel that agri-businesses, governments and other projects can use to collect and send out market information using SMS. Via the platform, users get personalized price alerts, buy and sell offers.

Esoko is used in over 15 countries in Africa through licensed partners.

By Ekow Quandzie

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