Architect who became businessman challenges fellows on efficiency

Chauncey Maulidi who studied architecture but has now gone full throttle into tech-business has challenged fellows on efficiency, saying customer satisfaction is key to the success of any enterprise.

Chauncey Maulidi

Maulidi, who is founder at CEO of Instant Connections, inefficiency “derails” the progress of any business.

“Many businesses will take customers for granted. It is not healthy for business at all,” said Maulidi.

Instant Connections which is based in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe, offers such services as printing, branding and designing.

It was launched some four years ago.

He said: “In the next five years Instant Connections looks forward to employing more people, and offering the best services for our customers.”

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Prof Vinthu

this is no news, give us a break

Instant Connections will, in the next five years, be a global player, collaborating with a number of regional and global players. It will be the first Malawi technology company to dual-list on both Malawi Stock Exchange and Johannesburg Stock Exchange employing 10,000 people. Instant Connections will be the biggest sponsor to the Innovation Hub located in Blantyre. Malawians should rally behind Chauncey Maulidi in the realisation of his dream as his company plan to shake up the Silicon Valley. Chauncey….think big or go home! It can be done and nothing is outside the realm of dreaming. At some point what… Read more »
malumbo kacheche

Big up man chancy!!!

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