Posts Tagged ‘Kenya’
How we made it in Africa talks to Chris Kirubi, a leading entrepreneur and investor in East Africa.
The fact that Kenya’s recent elections was conducted relatively peacefully should send a positive message to investors, says Alan Cassels, Kenya country manager of DHL.
How we made it in Africa talks to TakaTaka Solutions founder Daniel Paffenholz.
“We want to become the biggest chain of maternity hospitals in East Africa,” says Nick Pearson, Jacaranda Health founder and managing director.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Sam Wanjohi, founder of Kenya’s Foresight Interiors.
American entrepreneur Christopher J. Bak runs two Subway franchises in Tanzania, and plans to expand to Kenya later this year.
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Aleem Ladak, founder and director of The Big Five Breweries Ltd.
How we made it in Africa talks energy with KenGen’s outgoing managing director Eddy Njoroge.
“If I had not been fired from teaching I would probably still be in my comfort zone.”
“This is much more fun – I am doing something I am passionate about.”
Last week I visited Nairobi, my first time back in Kenya since Nairobi’s nickname “Silicon Savannah” was coined.
How we made it in Africa‘s Dinfin Mulupi finds out about Kenya’s National ICT Master Plan.
“Entrepreneurs need to show very specifically what their plan is,” says Walter Lamberson, a partner at Open Capital Advisors.
“Kenyans are not closed minded; they are always looking for opportunities to experience new things.”
“I truly do not expect Kenya to have violence that will be anywhere near the scale of the 2007/2008 post election violence.”