Keyla launches free e-commerce websites for 10,000 SMEs. Raised $250,000 seed funding

To celebrate its first anniversary, Keyla Technologies announced the offer of free e-commerce sites to 10,000 small and medium enterprises in partnership with Terminal Africa, throughout 2022.

Keyla Technologies’ goal is to provide emerging businesses with the opportunity to scale beyond their current reach, attract more customers and expand their audience.

The technology-focused company was founded last year by Alexander Okun Oziegbe and Anthony Ihiere Enakhifo to provide quality technical services to customers at all times to drive business efficiency and customer satisfaction.

The company leverages technology and innovative minds to create products and deliver services that make it easier to raise standards for businesses and individuals.

At its one-year anniversary celebration held recently in Lagos, Nigeria, the startup also announced that it had raised $250,000 in seed funding to be leveraged in the development of its latest product, Cravings, a food delivery service, which includes live tracking, which will launch in the first quarter of 2022.

Speaking on Keyla’s journey, Enakhifo said that from the outset, the team built Keyla to play a key role in technological advancement on the African continent through the provision of quality services and to develop technology products that will solve key business problems. “I am happy to say that one year later, it has been a difficult but rewarding journey,” he said.

Remarkably, we have served more than 30 customers this year by providing our services to them. Our goal is to position the company as a frontier in bringing new and advanced technology solutions to Nigeria. We want to be that symbol so that when people think of innovations and inventions in Africa, they think of Keyla.