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Live To Die Another Day – The story of Kenyan SMEs

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2 years?

Yep! With the current status of things, we the investment bankers in Kenya don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel for at least 2 years to come. Continue reading



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Is Your Workplace Safe? Top Tips for Business Owners

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If workplace safety isn’t at the top of your priority as a business owner, then you most definitely need to re-asses. Putting safety practices into place should come from a place of caring, but it will also prevent you from being faced with any nasty penalties or fines if anything goes wrong. Continue reading



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Follow the Money: How To Move From Making Thousands To Millions In Your Business

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Last month’s budget was declared as a win for all Kenyans. Most people looked to emphasize the gains made for the “common mwananchi”, ..not a very favorable term just so you know. Continue reading



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Why You Should NOT Become An Entrepreneur

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A while ago, I was asked by the YALI Alumni network of Kenya to speak at a forum on Technical and Vocational Education in KICC in Nairobi. The topic was “What it takes to become a successful entrepreneur?” Continue reading



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Are You Leaving Money On The Table? How To Use Technology To Transform Your Business

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‘Millennial’ is a marketer’s term that classifies a generation according to their response to the technology of their times, addressing those born from the early 1980s to early 2000s. I think it is a much better way of describing the people currently under 40 years of age as opposed to calling them ‘HTML Fivers’ or ‘Social Mediarists’ or ‘Memers’, I killed the English there. Continue reading



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