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Kenya’s Selling Designer Tees to the Country’s Generation Y

by Sam Wakoba
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mateesho1Launched April 2012 by it’s three founders led by Tosh Juma, a Nairobi -based Identity, Web and user Interface designer, Mateeshoh is Kenya’s latest online designer t-shirt portal delivering custom designed t-shirts to buyers in Nairobi.

Mateeshoh is a phrase from Teeshoh, which is Sheng for t-shirt.

Tosh, told TechMoran that Mateeshoh exists to be Nairobi’s daily t-shirt fashion fix and wants to make it easy for anyone to find their favorite t-shirt. “ Mateeshoh makes it easy for a buyer to browse, search and find incredible artist-produced tees from Kenya. Mateeshoh’s target is fashion forward twenty-something youths in Kenya and corporate and event t-shirt branding.”

Started as an events and branding solutions for the corporate world, Mateeshoh Online has officially opened for the retail market with its tastefully designed t-shirts.

The founders say the brands and strategic efforts are designed and led by a dynamic team of young adult professionals with a total combined experience of 11 years in design, accounting and garment production.

The firm promises that every single tee from it is a guarantee of quality powered by a line of returning customers and great customer service. Mateeshoh also has a blog that will keep t-shirt lovers and clients informed on latest t-shirt fashion trends and styles and insights into its in-house designers.


Mateeshoh offers free delivery within a 20km radius in Nairobi. The firm accepts all mobile money solutions, VISA, MasterCard and several other payment options accepted in Kenya.

Tosh is not new to design, with his firm,, he has worked with and designed for local and international clients including iHub, Savannah Fund, Internews, Butterfly Works, FrontlineSMS, Ushahidi, and eLimu among others.

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