Tanzania is slowly but surely turning the focus on the startup community, confirming the necessity for an ecosystem that is both locally relevant and globally recognized In the words of George Mulamula, EO of Tanzania ICT Incubator (DTBi)
“The DTBi entrepreneurs program I manage for the government of Tanzania has a “copycat syndrome” like anywhere else, but people are also keen to work on rural issues which are important for the surrounding countries.”
The interesting line up of companies currently operating out of Tanzania, both local and foreign, do confirm that there is indeed a wave of entrepreneurs who have chosen Tanzania as a market entry in East Africa
In response to this trend, a valuable addition to the eOffice eNetwork is ESBC Kilwa House serviced office, located in the affluent neighborhood of Oysterbay along 369 Toure Drive in Dar es Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania. This area is known for its attractive beaches lined with plush hotels, shopping malls and banking institutions. Oysterbay has become the preferred choice for businesses that want to be located away from the congestion in central business district and enjoy the benefits and natural resources of that area.
ESBC offers a world-class serviced office environment and accompanying services, ideal for small to medium size companies and blue chip corporates looking to set up or expand their operations in the region from Tanzania. Their range of meeting room options offers their members the professional image they need when meeting new clients. ESBC also offers virtual office services for clients in need of just a business address in Tanzania