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Kenyan logistics startup Sendy lays off 10% of its workforce

 Sendy a Kenyan logistics startup that facilitates on-demand delivery services has laid off 10% of its 300 employees becoming  the latest public layoff news from Africa.

This comes after Swvl, Vezeeta and Wave also trimmed their staff sizes to reduce costs amid a series of global downturn and venture capital slowdown events.

According to CEO Mesh Alloys , Sendy made this decision in June in response to the “current realities impacting tech companies globally.” He further stated that it was in July that the company downsized its workforce, “which affected 10% of our headcount.”

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Founded in 2015 by Meshack Alloys, Evanson Biwott, Don Okoth, and Malaika Judd, Sendy is an online platform for connecting entities (people and companies) who need to move goods, with willing movers. Vehicle owners can become partners by signing up through Sendy’s mobile app.

 The startup offers e-commerce, enterprise and freight delivery services for a client list that includes Unilever, DHL, Maersk, Safaricom and African online retailer Jumia.

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The company uses an asset-free model, with an app that coordinates contract drivers who own their vehicles while confirming deliveries, creating performance metrics and managing payment.

Milcah Lukhanyu
Milcah Lukhanyuhttps://techmoran.com
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