Hubtel has formally opened its new office in Nairobi, Kenya. The move is a commitment to Hubtel’s continued growth in East Africa to continuously improve its product offerings to businesses in Kenya and beyond.
After 3 years of operations in Nairobi, the office opening was yet another thing to be proud of for the company. Hubtel, which has been in operation for over 11 years, with 30 million customers across 4 African countries; Ghana, Kenya, and Cameroon, and Nigeria has seen immense growth and success since.
CEO of Hubtel, Alexander Adjei Bram said, “ It is a great time in Africa. We’ve never been more connected in our history, we’ve never been at a time where you had the freedom to do what our parents used to do. It is a good time for us to dream. For us at Hubtel, our dream is to ensure that businesses are given the simple tools they can have to make their customers happy; and we believe that Africa will be a better place when businesses make customers happy.”
The office was officially opened by its Chairman, Hans Nilsson, who in his address stated that “Hubtel uses mobile communication which one if not the best infrastructure across Africa, using that to drive and improve business processes is a big opportunity for us as a business but is a more important opportunity to businesses and customers to help drive their own businesses and using the power of it”. In attendance were several of Hubtel’s partners and customers, who were given a tour of the office
The expansion of Hubtel to Nairobi, Kenya will allow the company to better serve and more efficiently handle its East Africa operations as it continues to grow.
Hubtel is a leading technology company, and provider of customer engagement solutions; such as messaging, payments, and loyalty for businesses across African countries. Founded in 2005, Hubtel has a presence in Ghana, Kenya, Cameroon, and Nigeria. Its clientele comprises of banks, insurance companies, large enterprises, manufacturers, government and utility providers, and many more.
Hubtel has announced the official opening of its office in Kenya on Tuesday 21st March 2017. By establishing a physical presence in Kenya, Hubtel is committed to enforcing its presence in East Africa.
The official opening is scheduled to take place in its ultra-modern offices on the 3rd Floor of Westcom Point Mahiga Mairu Avenue, Westlands, Nairobi.
The company which has been operating in Kenya for the past 3 years, has within this period, been preparing its systems and getting partners ready for its launch and promises to be Africa’s leading customer service provider for businesses.
Hubtel has been operating in Ghana for over 11 years and is well known for its messaging and payment solutions which have grown its customers to over 30 million across 4 African countries, notably, Ghana, Kenya, Cameroon, and Nigeria. Its clientele comprises of banks, insurance companies, large enterprises, manufacturers, government and utility providers, and many more.
Across Africa, businesses of all sizes still deliver nearly all customer services through manual processes and approaches. The manual nature of these tasks limits the number of customers that can be served at any given time without a significant decline in quality of service. Hubtel will help its clients to transform the way businesses connect, engage, and serve customers – saving the business time while boosting revenues.