Rajiv Mehta, 31, is one of Kenya’s most outstanding young entrepreneurs. The 31 year-old serial entrepreneur is the founder of Tangerine Investments, an outdoor advertising firm that uses public transit vehicles, litterbins and street poles to market leading consumer goods in Kenya.
Tangerine, which was founded in 2008, has clients such as Kenya Airways, Pizza Inn, Subway and Coca Cola HP among others. The company has annual revenues exceeding $1 million.
I recently had a chat with him where he recounted his entrepreneurial journey and reflected on the lessons he has learned along the way.
What’s your personal and professional background?
I attended junior & high school in Kenya and then college and stared studying business management and marketing in university but actually never completed my education & one of the major reasons was finance issues not being able to afford to complete my university.READ MORE