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web design price in kenya

web design price in kenya

website design prices in kenya vary depending on the functionalities,most websites start from ksh ksh 10,000 to an excess of a million ksh

There is no cheap in web design unless you are working with a riveroad developers who are always elusive and changing positions depending on how they feel,

we at brimmatech offer affordable website designs starting from ksh 15,000

dont fall for the cheap freelance developers who you may meet in restaurants ,they collect deposits and leave

Most of them are unqualified and have just watched a couple of youtube videos and convice themselves they can do a website


Brimmatech offers support for a month from there we can agree on payment terms,you can either pay monthly or per task

NB:technical errors are solved free of charge we dont charge anything

when you invest in unqualified developers who lack work ethics they leave you in wilderness with no support.

Such circumstances may lead to losses of unknown values in todays time.

With changing technologies whether you are in or not we support you online


Covid 19 has relay affected most businesses we care for you stay at home we vcan offersupport and website design services online via zoom.

we can solver all your web problems   either you are local or international business

website packages kenya

website design  packages kenya

website design packages in kenya starts from ksh 8,000 all the way to over ksh 500,000,However there are guys who go cheaper than that but end up not delivering as agreed.Before you Begin any web development or website design make sure that there is an agreement that both of you sign.

Do not commit any deposit if the website developer does not have a physical location where he operates from.

The freelancer developers are very elusive and immediately you give them the deposit they go silent.

Furthermore ensure that you have enough money for the project you pay less you get less


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list of web designing companies in kenya

list of web designing companies in kenya

web design industry in the kenya is worth ksh200 billion and is made up of professionals and amateurs.

The list below comprises of the best website deigning companies in kenya be sure to get the best services

Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.

  1.  brimmatech kenya– based in Nairobi they offer the best website designs in kenya their website:   Location:Vision plaza Mombasa road
  2. serakidigital: Seraki Digital offers quality web design services in Kenya and all over Africa, They offer the best technology Nairobi kenya
  3. dotdigital:At Dotdigital, supporting businesses with unique Website Design, and eCommerce Development is what we do. Also, we provide result driven search engine optimization (SEO)
  4. kenyawebsitemasters:They are the trusted Web Design Company in Nairobi kenya. Website:
  5. wizanitech:Web Design nairobi Wizanitech is one of a leading web design company in Kenya. Website:


eCommerce development kenya

eCommerce development kenya

eCommerce Website Design in KENYA; we create Online stores that enhance business profitability.

When it comes to eCommerce development kenya, our eCommerce web developers are well in tuned. Building eCommerce platforms that make selling online easy is our specialty. Indeed, we are the eCommerce website design company in nairobi kenya that your business needs.

Website design Kenya

Website design Kenya

You want a website that is customised to your specific requirements. That’s why we never use preset templates in web design. All our custom website designs are built from the ground up with your requirements in mind. We take the time to learn about your business, your customers, and specific needs so that your website is not only beautiful but also helpful to grow your business in a meaningful way.

Kenya turns to M-Pesa mobile-money to stem the spread of COVID-19

Kenya turns to M-Pesa mobile-money to stem the spread of COVID-19

Kenya’s  largest teleco, Safaricom,  will implement a fee-waiver on East Africa’s leading mobile-money product, M-Pesa, to reduce the physical exchange of currency in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The company announced that all person-to-person (P2P) transactions under 1,000 Kenyan Schillings (≈ $10) would be free starting Tuesday for the next 90 days.

The move came after Safaricom met with the country’s Central Bank and per a directive from Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta “to explore ways of deepening mobile-money usage to reduce risk of spreading the virus through physical handling of cash,” according to a release provided to TechCrunch from Safaricom.

To encourage the use of digital payments over cash, the East African telecom will also allow SMEs to increase their daily M-Pesa  transaction limits from 70,000 Kenyan Schillings to 150,000 (≈ $700 to $1,500).

The measures represent the ability of the Kenyan government to use digital finance as a lever to influence social distancing and P2P transactions in an infectious health crisis.

M-Pesa has 20.5 million customers across a network of 176,000 agents and generates around one-fourth ($531 million) of Safaricom’s ≈ $2.2 billion annual revenues (2018). The company has held nearly 75% of the mobile-money market share in Kenya for nearly a decade and the country has the highest mobile-money usage rates in Africa.

In some respects, having all that output on one platform represents systemic risks to Kenya’s economy.  But in the case of a global health pandemic spread by human contact, the dominance of mobile money in the country provides a policy tool to encourage digital versus physical contact on a wide scale through financial transactions.

Kenya has only three cases of COVID-19 (aka the coronavirus), according to Worldometer, but the country is taking cautionary measures. President Uhuru cancelled two foreign meetings due to the virus, the University of Nairobi shut down classes and a number of companies in the country are encouraging workers to telecommute, according to local sources and press reporting.



BRIMMATECH KENYA believes in converting clients dream into reality. Dedication and creativity are act

Professional Web Design in KenyaCMS Installation & setupPayPal IntegrationFormsBanners, LogosCustom Flash creationContent Management System – Joomla, Drupal, etcComplete Online Store setupCustom Search Engine SolutionsCustom Database DevelopmentWebsite redesignWebsite maintenance plan



BRIMMATECH WEB DESIGN is a leading website design company in NAIROBI. We provide web designing in KENYA. We have a team of highly skilled experts who one of the best in the industry

BRIMMATECH WEB DESIGN is a renowned name in the market of website designing which offers a complete range of web design solution such as dynamic website designing, custom website development Company, responsive website designing, e-commerce website designing Company, static website designing, startup Web Development In KENYA, mobile responsive web Designing Company and website redesigning We Offer Best Website Development Company in NAIROBI.

We have no qualms in claiming that we have the best web designing company in KENYA. The company caters to all the requirements of flash website designs, flash banners, animations, and themes that are par excellence.

Our company has authentic expertise and knowledge in these two fortes – web designing and web developing due to which it has mushroomed to become the best web designing and web developing company in KENYA

Website Designing Company in KENYA

Why Restaurants Are Fed Up With Apps

More people are using food delivery apps like Grubhub and Uber Eats to order from restaurants during the pandemic. But can this trend last if so many restaurants are unhappy?

Shira: Isn’t keeping 60 percent of a sale better than not having that order at all?

Customers ordering food online are spending about 25-30% more per takeaway, even as overall volumes continue to recover, touching about half of pre-Covid-19 numbers, according to food delivery platforms, restaurants and analysts.