MivaSocial is an app founded by 2 Togolese entrepreneurs, Jean-Marc Kouevidjin and Nasser Falana. With this app they have a panafrican dream, to interconnect african populations and contribute to the growth of their continent.
The app is born in 2013 with an observation : although there are social networks been used in the continent by million of africans, none is anchored in the everyday life of these latter. In this way, the two entrepreneurs aim at valorising the continent with it culture, art, technology and even it commercial potential.
We want to see a merchant in Nigeria sell his product to a Kenyan through an African channel
Various apps cohabit in this ecosystem ranging from news, blogs, a selfie galery and even a page were anybody can buy and sell goods, all of which revolve around the social network that constitute the human worth of the platform where the more the network grows, the more the other apps grows with it.
All the apps revolve around the social network that constitute the human worth of the platform
The two entrepereneurs want to compete with the giants in this sector such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and many others as well as Jumia and Konga in Africa. For this, they want to raise funds of up to 10 million dollars. With this money, they want to organise a huge marketing campaign that'll help them to add more users to the already existing 250,000 users and to open offices in many other african countries. For now, they're base in the USA, Benin and Togo. Camerlife, better watch your back