Duma Works is recruiting a Senior Project Manager. The hiring company is a nonprofit technology company in Kampala building mobile and web tools for health workers, helping them provide better care that reaches everyone.
Duma Works is recruiting a Tech Savvy Sales Executive for our client, a leading cloud computing technology company in Nairobi.
Duma Works is recruiting a Strategic Market Research Analyst for our client; a leading research company in Nairobi.
The Strategic Market Research Analyst shall be responsible for the generation of revenue from the Insights profit center through prospecting for new business and supervising the collection, analysis, management and presentation of insights and data obtained by the Company in alignment with the Company standards and strategy plan. The Analyst will be a key custodian of knowledge and insights within the organization and they will be required to ensure effective delivery of insights to clients as well as expanding the knowledge level of the staff team.
Duma Works is recruiting a Program Coordinator for our client in Nairobi. The company is a socially focused investment fund who partner with entrepreneurs looking to drive change by building enterprises in their own low-income urban communities.
Article written by Arielle Sandor
After the article about incubators I wrote the other week, I wanted to follow-up on the last leg (so far) of our formal coaching programs at DUMA.
In July of this year, we participated in the Unreasonable East Africa fellowship program. This means I took 5 weeks off from the company (based in Nairobi) to go to Kampala, Uganda, to get “accelerated.”
At the time, I was pretty nervous, because I wasn’t quite sure what the purpose of being “accelerated” would be.
With DUMA, we are so blessed to have such a wide range of mentors that we can call or email whenever we need to. We met a lot of people at the very early onset of DUMA and didn’t even realize half of the amazing things they brought to the table at the time.
People ask me all the time why we decided to move to Kenya to launch the company. In light of all the incredible things happening today with the GES Summit, I thought I would share my thoughts on why Kenya is one of the most compelling places in the world to start a company right now.