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How Mishra Built Mediheal Hospitals Empire

Mishra first came to Kenya with his wife in 1997. He had secured a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from India's Berhapur University, in addition to a Masters in Obstetrics & Gynecology from the University of Rajasthan also in India.

Kenyan Tycoon Bids Billions For a Stake In Forbes Media Business

Kenyan tycoon Julius Mwale, the founder of $2 billion Mwale Medical and Technology City (MMTC), has been named as one of the key investors in Forbes acquisition for $800 million (Ksh109 billion) .

AFEX Tops Financial Times Ranking Of Africa’s Fastest-Growing Companies

AFEX, Africa’s leading commodities market player, has secured first place in the Financial Times (FT) ranking of Africa’s Fastest-Growing Companies in 2023. Since it...

Joseph Kinyua: Meet ‘Incorruptible’ Civil Servant Turned KCB Chairman

Joseph Kinyua, the long-serving senior civil servant who only left public service in October last year, after four decades, has been confirmed as the new Chairman of Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Group - one of Kenya's largest banks.

Kenyan Banker Jeremy Awori Officially Takes Over Ecobank Group As CEO

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), the parent company of the Ecobank Group, on 2nd March 2023 announced that Mr Jeremy Awori has officially assumed his role as Chief Executive Officer of the Ecobank Group.

Gerald Warui: The Little-Known CEO Running Equity Bank Kenya

Mr Gerald Warui became Equity Bank Kenya’s 4th managing director. He rose to the top position following the resignation of Polycarp Igathe, who rejoined his previous employer, Vivo, to take up the newly created role as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Africa.

HR Trends to Watch Out for in 2023

The year 2022 saw major layoffs across organisations globally, especially those within the technology space. Several other companies initiated a hiring freeze till 2023, sending waves of uncertainty and leaving Human Resource professionals with piles of work on their desks – to ensure that outgoing employees navigate their transition smoothly and implement improved internal conditions for the remaining team members.

Glass Ceiling: Women Grab More Seats In Boardrooms

The 2021 Kenya Institute of Management Board Diversity and Inclusion Report indicates a significant improvement from 18% in 2015 to 36% in 2021. Indeed, the composition of company boards in Kenya is becoming more diversified as more women take up board roles.
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