The Emerging Smart Mobility Market in Africa
As rapid urbanization sweeps across the African continent, a generation of young tech savvy entrepreneurs is capitalizing on smart mobility technology to meet the needs of affordable transport for local populations. National Geographic Magazine tells the stories of several startup businesses in Kenya and Rwanda, including SafeMotos (http://www.safemotos.com/).
SafeMotos is a motorcycle ride-sharing company which was started in 2015 in Rwanda with $126,000 . The company now partners 400+ licensed and checked motorcycle riders and is projecting a turnover of over $1 million for 2017.
For more details and other case studies of young African tech entrepreneurs, see https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/12/africa-technology-revolution/. The magazine also gives a ranking of Internet usage by African country.