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Employee incentives are generally a new concept in Kenya, but businesses that identify their value stand to gain.
“Like many growth stage start-ups, our major challenges are capacity constraints, both technological and in human resources.”
Kenya has emerged third among the top 20 fastest-growing economies in the world, according to a 2015 survey by Bloomberg.
For the past 10 years the Kenyan government has forbidden any external painting on Nairobi’s shared taxis, “matatus”. Until now.
Global Bitcoin exchange Igot has been granted access to the mobile money service M-Pesa, currently used by about 17 million Kenyans.
Andrew Waititu, SAP’s MD for East Africa, says companies will miss out if they don’t grow their presence beyond their host country.
The future of Kenya’s business environment is looking increasingly bright as the national economy continues to grow at an enviable pace.
For all its business and investment potential, the country can be a hard nut to crack.
The link from pumping oil to increasing life expectancy and reducing poverty is not direct.
Philips has adopted a number of strategies to make its global portfolio more relevant for African economies.
The ‘My1963′ card enables passengers to pay their fares without using cash.
Jonathan Somen is one of East Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs.
Chandarana plans to double its number of outlets over the next five years.
At the young age of 21, Joel Mwale has already achieved a lot.
Negative perceptions stand in the way of local companies forging business partnerships with their Chinese counterparts.