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Glovo Academy Trains 3rd Cohort of Business Partners

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Glovo, the on-demand delivery platform, continues to invest in its Kenyan partners through the Glovo Academy program.

The recent completion of the program’s third cohort signifies Glovo’s commitment to equipping small businesses with the skills needed to thrive in the digital landscape.

This initiative, co-organized with the Ongoza Institute, an accelerator for young Kenyan entrepreneurs, provides essential training in critical areas such as digital marketing, business innovation, and development tools.

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The program equips partners to adapt to evolving customer preferences, technological advancements, and changing regulations.

Following the success of previous cohorts, the program offered workshops and seminars on diverse topics relevant to the digital marketplace.

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Participants gained valuable insights into digital food marketing strategies, business innovation techniques, and development tools to enhance their online operations.

Additionally, networking opportunities fostered connections with other entrepreneurs and industry experts.

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Investing in Partner Success

Africa Lead for Impact and Sustainability at Glovo, Daphne Kabeberi emphasized the importance of the program: “By embracing advanced strategies and technology, these businesses can gain a competitive edge, expand their reach, and ensure long-term success.”

General Manager at Glovo Kenya, Caroline Mutuku reiterated the program’s alignment with Glovo’s vision: “The Glovo Academy empowers local businesses to become the best digital versions of themselves. We offer tailored solutions that support their online growth journey, from selling to managing their operations.”

Equipping for the Digital Age

On her part, Loreen Wanjiru, Program Lead at Ongoza, expressed her satisfaction with the program’s impact: “We’re thrilled to have equipped this third cohort with the tools they need to navigate the dynamic digital business landscape.”

The Glovo Academy program underscores Glovo’s commitment to fostering a thriving digital ecosystem in Kenya by empowering its local business partners.

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Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu is a Tech enthusiast, happy to delve deeper into the African tech space covering Social Media, AI, Startups, Telcos, Cryptocurrency, Big Data, Women in Tech and all matters Tech. Write to me @[email protected]

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