This year seems to have taken Dripsol company by storm. According to the company’s PR department, the irrigation company is lined up for the Tony Elumelu enterpreneurship Programme seed funding aimed at scaling the business and reducing the costs of drip kits. One of the directors is expected to go to the the programs bootcamp scheduled for scheduled for late October this year.
This year has also seen the other director get a scholarship in recognition for the great projects that they have done all over Kenya, he will be studying Msc in Water policy at the Pan African University on a scholarship and the department clearly stated that plans are in place to open up subsidiaries in East and Central Africa and also to partner with like minded young entrepreneurs so as to scale the company to higher heights.
The department insisted on the importance of tapping talented youths into the technical team as they bring vibrancy and new ideas in the market. Dripsol company passes as the only company manned by all team members who are less than 30 years old.
The company looks forward to growing its market share by storm by the end of 2016.