Keyara Botanics, a Kenyan natural skincare solution brand, has been recognized in the Meta  Good Ideas Deserve To Be Found’ campaign as a successful online venture.

The campaign highlights innovative small business owners who are using our platforms and technologies to advance their businesses. Meta is seeking to spotlight innovative entrepreneurs who have progressively upscaled their businesses using technologies available on its platforms to create impact.

The campaign has been rolled out to coincide with the festive season to raise awareness and fuel the growth of local small and medium businesses by showcasing their innovative products and services.

Keyara Botanics is owned by media personality Terryanne Chebet and was launched in 2016. It sources Shea Butter from Northern Uganda, Cocoa Butter from Ghana, Coconut Oil from Kenya, Marula Oil from South Africa and Kenya, Argan oil from Morocco and many authentic African botanicals to formulate pure and premium products such as oils, butters and scents.

Keyara Botanics stands out for using organic raw materials ethically sourced from all over Africa to produce beauty and skincare products suitable for its African clientele.

New research conducted by Ipsos and commissioned by Meta showcases how digital tools and Meta apps are crucial to small business’ success. 91% of SMBs in Kenya reported that they currently use at least one Meta app for their business. In Kenya, 42% of SMBs currently using at least one Meta app reported that Meta apps have helped their business hire new employees. 69% of SMBs in Kenya reported that their business currently has plans to establish greater online reach.

Corporate Communications Manager East Africa Victoria Miguda said, “We are excited to highlight Keyara Botanics in this campaign. Meta is an enabler of economic growth and we are committed to helping SMBs unlock economic opportunity by providing access to the free tools, personalised advertising, training and support they need to get their ideas found and succeed online. This campaign is a continuation of Meta’s efforts to empower small businesses with economic opportunities, ensuring they have a voice to reach customers and enabling their good ideas to be found by the right people.”

“Keyara is a proudly Kenyan, organic and Natural skin care shop. All our products use Naturally sourced oils from across Africa, revoked for their healing qualities. Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Coconut oil, Macadamia Oil and Black African Soap, the list continues to grow as we continue to explore the rich wealth of Africa’s beauty. Our Keyara baby and Keyara Man brands are loved by families across the world”, the company describes itself on its Facebook page.

SMBs represent a sizable percentage of the economic population demonstrating great potential for growth, opportunity creation, and overcoming poverty post-pandemic, there is a need to provide support through digital tools to help them scale. This campaign serves the purpose of highlighting the businesses that have been successful in leveraging Meta technologies in unlocking their growth potential.

Other businesses highlighted from Sub-Saharan Africa in this campaign include;

ONEOFEACH: A South African mother and daughter design and fashion business that creates exclusive unique pieces.
braveheartsexpeditions: A Ghana-based travel and expedition business that organises expeditions for the modern-day explorer.
1964.brand: A Nigerian-based business that designs clothes for comfort and everyday use.
Sinovuyo Mondliwa: She is the founder of @LoveKinks, a South African-based business that sells products for African hair.
Mokgadi Mabela: She is the founder of @NativeNosi, South African organic & indigenous honey and beeswax products company.