Friday, July 13, 2012

Forbes’ Ten Young African Millionaires To Watch – Two Kenyans

Michael Macharia, 36, Kenyan, Founder and CEO, Seven Seas Technologies
At 25, Macharia founded Seven Seas Technology, which is now among most reputable IT services  firm in East Africa. The $50 million (annual sales) company is a leading provider of integrated business and technology solutions across Africa in the telecom, Real Estate, financial, service industry and government.

Kamal Budhabatti, 36, Kenyan, CEO Craft Silicon
Kamal is the founder and CEO of Craft Silicon, a $50 million (market value) Kenyan software company that provides software in banking, microfinance, switch solutions, mobile and electronic payments for more than 200 institutional clients in 40 countries spread across four continents.

Ashish Thakkar, 29, Ugandan, Co-Founder and CEO, Mara group

Magatte Wade, 36, Senegalese, Founder Adina World

Jason Njoku, 31, Nigerian, Founder and CEO Iroko TV

Ladi Delano, 30, Nigerian, Founder and CEO Bakrie Delano Africa

Vinny Lingham, 33, South African, Founder Yola Inc

Justin Stanford, 28, South African, Founder and CEO 4Di Group

Mark Shuttleworth, 38, South African, Founder Knife Capital

Yolanda Cuba, 35, South African, Executive Director, South African Breweries

For the other profiles Here 

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