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 Nigerian Start up Keyla Technologies Marks 1st Anniversary 

by Milcah Lukhanyu
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Keyla technologies ,a fast growing start-up which provides first class information technology solutions such as website & mobile application development AI Solutions and IT consultations to small and medium scale business has marked its first anniversary in Lagos Nigeria.

To mark the momentous occasion, Keyla announced it would be offering free e-commerce websites to 10,000 SME businesses throughout 2022 which can be accessed here. Speaking at the occasion, Keyla Technologies COO and Co-Founder Anthony Enakhifo said that it was befitting that Keyla was giving back to the start-up community to mark its one-year anniversary.

The start up also announced that it had raised $250,000 in seed funding for its latest venture Cravings, a food delivery service which will launch in the first quarter of 2022.

‘When we started Keyla, it was our mission to build a company that will be key to tech advancement on the African continent by providing quality services and building tech products to solve key business problems. I’m glad to say that a year later it has been a challenging but fulfilling journey,’ remarked Mr Enakhifo.

“Remarkably we serviced over 30 clients this year providing them with our services. It is our goal to position the company to be a frontier in bringing new and advanced technological solutions to Nigeria. We want to be that symbol such that when people think of new innovations and inventions in Africa, they think Keyla,” said Mr Enakhifo.

Founded in 2021 by partners Alexander Okun Oziegbe (CEO Keyla Technologies), Anthony Ihiere Enakhifo (COO), the company offers businesses the opportunity to get digital assets by providing a flexible payment structure where businesses can pay monthly for their tech solutions, like; website, mobile apps.

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