Kaye is now the founder and CEO of a full funded startup venture called Bozza. Bozza is a mobile application which enables communities to tell their stories from the inside out. Focused on contextually relevant made-for-mobile content, Bozza is rooted in townships across Africa, allowing friends and communities to see and share life through local music, videos, photos, a market place and more.
efore setting out to giving sustainable business direction to an African brand in new media for the mobile screen, Emma Kaye did much the same for African animation and entertainment. In animation, her credentials as co-founder of Triggerfish Animation (one of the top animation companies producing award winning Sesame Street globally) and AnimationSA.org (the voice of the animation industry), and as founder of the animation festival for Sithengi (Africa’s largest film market), stand out.
Kaye has been elected as one of the top 50 women globally in the world of mobile entertainment for two years running and has been selected by the Mail & Guardian as one of South Africa’s top business women in 2010. More recently Kaye has been selected as the top five most influential Women in Africa within the field of Science and Technology for 2011.