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The Ecosystem of Dar es Salaam Startups

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Energy & Environment
#221 worldwide
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#262 worldwide
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Software and Data
2 startups

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The Startup Ecosystem of Dar es Salaam is ranked at number 583 globally, and shows a positive momentum increasing 141 spots since 2021. Dar es Salaam also ranks at number 1 in Tanzania, and 6 in Eastern Africa.

Dar es Salaam is an ideal place to locate for Energy & Environment, Fintech and Software and Data startups. As the most popular industries in Dar es Salaam, there is a sample of 3 Energy & Environment startups in Dar es Salaam, 2 Fintech startups in Dar es Salaam, and 2 Software and Data startups in Dar es Salaam, on the StartupBlink Map.

On the StartupBlink Global Startup Ecosystem Map there is also a sample of 13 startups in Dar es Salaam, no accelerators in Dar es Salaam, no coworking spaces in Dar es Salaam, no organizations in Dar es Salaam and no leaders in Dar es Salaam.

Startups in Dar es Salaam

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Tripindigo is an East African focused and specialised On-line Travel Agent (OTA) that provides provides search and booking services. Read more
Mtabe is a an edtech startup that focuses on using artificial intelligence to deliver learning content to students without internet access. Read more
Wassha provide the rental device and charging service using clean energy. Read more
Ramani is expertise in developing software that helps in tracking and managing the sales operation of any organization in real time. Read more
Toolboksi is a smarter way for households and offices to access verified handymen/fundis for repair, maintenance, and installation services. Read more
East Africa Fruits is a distributor of fresh fruits obtained from local farms to B2B buyers. Read more
NALA is an application interface that makes payments faster, simpler and more convenient for users. NALA works offline. Read more
Jamii Africa is mobile micro-health insurance for the informal sector. Read more
EcoAct Tanzania specializes in engery conserving technology from plastic and waste management into affordable eco-friendly plastic lumbers. Read more
Digital Mobile Africa is data-driven by agribiotech with agent network digital financial services for smallholder farmer ecosystem. Read more
Kilimo is a B2B e-commerce produce distribution platform foused on connecting Tanzanian farmers with customers. Kilimo trades all types of foods, grains, fruits and vegetables, and reduces post-harvest losses by cold storage. Read more
Noobites develops and builds a novel low-cost, long-lasting moquito-repellent clothing technology. They are working to save lives from diseases transmitted by mosquitoes. Read more
KARIBU Solar Power is an innovative social enterprise that makes high quality solar power affordable. We produce a modular solar lamp (solar panel + rechargeable battery + light) and employ an innovative social business model that allows the average Base of the Pyramid (BoP) consumer to enjoy the benefits of solar lighting and energy. By paying in small increments which replicate the required cash flow for kerosene, we make solar affordable.  Read more
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