Throughout the multiple links through this document, my entire work through my so-far 4 year journey through LooCafe has been illustrated. As the Head of Innovation, Technology & Marketing myself here’s all the work I’ve done so far.
A Bit about how I started with this role; giving context on how I managed to work here through my high school years:
I started with LooCafe assisting my father’s facility management company on graphic design – something I’ve been good at since I was very young. Then started working on his and his partners’ venture into the first LooCafe model (which they had for the first year, until they made the 2nd to 200 units after 1–2 years) by the time of which I had made their logo, worked with IoT devices, worked on creating a mobile facility management application, by interacting with young people sub 25 everyday post school. When the pandemic hit, I was full-time at LooCafe, architecting, engineering and handling the years illustrated below.
My biggest success through 4 years has been creating the LooCafe Minis followed by everyhing in What it takes to build “smart” “public” toilets - LooCafe Innovation and Inarah & Toilet Tales by LooCafe (A world-wide recognition book that put us in UNDP as a case-study)
[The presentation might be a bit glitchy while scrolling, but keep scrolling down on it until you see thank you, or click on it to view the presentation in full screen (the original form) - 2022’s beginning presentation
The presentation might be a bit glitchy while scrolling, but keep scrolling down on it until you see thank you, or click on it to view the presentation in full screen (the original form) - 2022’s beginning presentation
<aside> <img src="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/74f54b72-fadc-4a17-b0d9-c4b77ba20647/Loocafe_logo.png" alt="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/74f54b72-fadc-4a17-b0d9-c4b77ba20647/Loocafe_logo.png" width="40px" /> An Innovative public toilet model, with toilets at the back attached to a point-of-scale while housed inside a shipping container. LooCafe’s currently the only public utility model in its domain of solving WASH challenges that works—because it's sustainable.
We generate revenue from the point-of-sale on rent through ‘LooCafe Partners’, who could incorporate a Starbucks, KFC, or even a Bike-repair shop inside it (4 LooCafes have a motor-shop!)
www.LooCafe.com was incorporated by www.ixoragroup.com in 2018. Today, 1 million people use a LooCafe per month, through over 450+ Units installed across the country
LooCafe in 2023