Sendy, a Kenyan startup that facilitates on-demand delivery services, has closed a $20 million Series B round, TechCrunch reports. Founded in 2015 by Meshack Alloys, Evanson Biwott, Don Okoth, and Malaika Judd, Sendy is an online platform for connecting entities (people and companies) who need to move goods, with willing movers. Vehicle owners can become […]
The company has also expanded its operations to Mombasa
The officially launch is this Friday
Until now, the service was restricted to Nairobi and Thika.
Sendy, the Kenyan on-demand logistics startup, has received an undisclosed amount of funding from Safaricom’s $1 million venture fund, Spark Capital.