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How Angolan Wilma Cavaleiro Connects Hairstylists and Their Customers With Her App

African Women are also actively in the business of moving the continent forward. Wilma Cavaleiro, is the CEO and founder of KUJINGA, an app management company In Angola. KUJINGA is an app that serves as an intermediary between hair stylist, salon owners, other beauty palours and potential customers.


The Angolan entrepreneur stated as a sales delegate representing Cristian Lay Angola, developing sales for over 40 people. She decided to create a hair studio in 2017 which was first targeted to cater for male audience, providing specialist care for African and curly hair.

This one of a kind innovation has placed Wilma Cavaleiro as a pacesetterin Angola and Africa at large. KUJINGA offers a hair beauty service platform Where users check prices, opening hours, schedule home services and evaluate the services they have contracted, making prices competitive and raising quality among providers.

According to Wilma Cavaleiro “I found that in the market customers do not have an effective channel that allows them to check out beauty services, as well as low prices.” This is a motivating factor that made her come up with KUJINGA.

This beauty intermediary platform offers a wide range of beauty service at the comfort of a smartphone and gives people offering hair beauty service the opportunity to expand grow their customer base and in the long run boost the economy.

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