Kamoky is an online African Business Directory that was launched in January 2019 to attend to a growing population of local “afro”businesses and the communities they serve. According to a 2018 report by the Governor’s Commission on African Affairs, there are more than 200,000 African-born US residents living in Maryland alone. Maryland is one of the top five states in the US with the largest numbers of African immigrants. To better address their personal needs here in the US, entrepreneurs are creating businesses to close service gaps and introduce their culture to their local communities.Businesses can benefit from Kamoky, pronounced Ka-moe-ki, through simple business listing displays that provide daily visibility to various audiences. They can upload business images and descriptions, turning each site visit into a real and very measurable customer. Kamoky.com visitors can expect an introduction to a variety of rich, dynamic businesses they never even knew existed in their communities.
Kamoky wants to see a more deliberate growth in the African community that displays our capabilities for everyone to see and engage with. We will count on the community to share the products and businesses they care about with those they love. One goal of Kamoky is to give the older generation of immigrants, our parents and neighbors a chance to be more visible with their talents and skills. “In their time, they just wanted to make ends meet and keep to themselves and for some that also meant keeping their talents to themselves or only sharing in close knit circles in places like church. Kamoky is all about openness and the endless possibilities of widely displaying that talent.
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