Okazi is a B2B marketplace that allows businesses to outsource existing or under-utilized staff and increase revenue.
With Okazi, businesses can access additional capacity on demand, increase revenue, and save on HR costs.
Web Development and Design Services
Training and Education
Serial Entrepreneur with 16 Years experience in Digital Technologies and building start-ups. Founder of award-winning Social Enterprise RLabs that scaled to 23 countries generating more than $10M in income over the past 3 years. Co-founder/Chairman of Mxit Reach building emerging market solutions with serving more than 10 Million people on digital platforms...Read more
Founder of JamiiX enterprise messaging platform that scaled to 37 countries and processed over 1 Billion messages and exited. Startup Mentor and Advisor. Business development, advisory and consulting services to World Bank, Red Bull, Mozilla, BBC, Google, Facebook, International Development Programmes, Governments, Academia, UNICEF.
Marlon was acknowledged as a WEF Young Global Leader, Ashoka Fellow, LEAD SA Hero of the Year, Top 100 South Africans, African TOP IT Personality, Young African Leader, Dangote Fellow and JCI World Entrepreneur Finalist.
Dean is the Chief Technology Officer of Okazi. He is responsible for the technology direction and currently manages the technology and design team. Dean has more than 10 years experience in developing scalable mobile and Internet solutions.
He was also the head of Development at RLabs, JamiiX, Mxit Reach where he led technology and development serving millions of clients.
Chief Community Officer at Okazi with 10 Years experience in customer service and human resources industries. Responsible for developing human capital at Sanclare SA working with international financial service companies growing a multi-million rand business.
Okazi will increase productivity and drive growth for millions of SMEs across emerging markets.
Small businesses account for 42% of GDP and 61% of jobs in South Africa. But they have high labor sensitivity to demand. They hire when demand surges and fire when it wanes.
Okazi will help millions of people keep their jobs rather than be laid off by connecting underutilized staff to businesses who need extra help.