Adam Grundewald quit his lucrative job in his native US, flew into Kenya to start a technology firm that connects people to work
Today’s event demonstrated how the @iBizAfrica and Standard chartered have supported and guided over 20 women-owned small enterprises through mentorship and funding.
Onditi, a graduate in Business Management from Moi University, says the danger in this was that defaulting on bills had the disadvantage of directly affecting the operations of a company, as…
This, therefore, begs the questions: What can be done to lessen such a barrier in local education sector? And, does the country have a regulatory measure that can address the issues?
Intriguingly, these challenges notwithstanding, Kenyan startups are some of the most funded in the continent.
This growing wave has inspired new and dynamic fashion designers. Nairobi, for instance, is exhibiting its wealth in fashion trends, with designs made from popular prints such as the Maasai…