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Prosper, a web-based app launched in Kenya

A homegrown local app that connects advisors and advisees

Personal development app, Prosper, launched in Nairobi on July 2. The app aims to improve the leadership and management qualities of the youth by connecting them to successful professionals.

It’s hard to get advice from distinguished professionals. Where do you start? Do you walk into a random company and ask to meet the professional for advice? Is it practicable? All these are good questions that many people face in their everyday activities. This problem prompted a Kenyan innovator to tap into Digitech to offer a solution for professional development.

Currently, the only way to get advice from top industry leaders in any field is by attending talk-events. If you are fortunate to do so, there is the power of one-to-one interaction. Prosper App intends to solve this problem.

As a web-based professional development App, it shall play a constructive role in connecting individuals looking for guidance from accomplished professionals. According to the article on Techweez, the Founder and CEO Topyster Muga narrates how a wide range of applications can be achieved via the app.

Once you log into the app several topics emerge on career advice. If you do not find the topic you are looking for, you can make a request for it to be added. You can also register to offer to advise.

Try out the app at and receive advice from the experts.

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