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Huawei Join Forces With Vusi Thembekwayo to Support Business Digitalize 

source: gsmarena

TechInAfrica – It has officially announced that Huawei collaborates with Vusi Thembekwayo, a South African business to support the technology company’s developer community to digitize business and produce apps to grow the digital economy. 

Thembekwayo is the CEO of MyGrowthFund, a company that runs a development agency. He is famous for his enterprising talent and business desire, which has been presented on Dragon’s Den South Africa, the popular TV show in Africa which focuses on moving innovative business ideas for investment capital funding. 

Thembekwayo has mentioned that by integrating his business ability and technology skills from Huawei, developers and entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to get life-changing solutions on why and how small and medium enterprises should take advantage of the change brought by the digital economy. 

The use of mobile applications to support business is an essential thing if the SMEs are serious about thriving. The need for digital transformation presented in 2020. Thembekwayo is excited to collaborate with Huawei to help entrepreneurs construct future proof businesses. 

The application becomes an opportunity for entrepreneurs to develop their business since most people nowadays spend a significant amount of time on their smartphones. Application with innovative technology can help customers to get what they need, providing unique experiences, and making the consumers’ life more convenient.

Bosco Dai,  Deputy Director of Ecosystem Development Strategy Officer at Huawei said that this collaboration of application with Huawei Mobile Service (HMS) is expected to help startup businesses. By using the HMS Core, SMEs and developers are available to access various service applications to combine into their applications, which provides efficient development and fast growth. 



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