Most entrepreneurs understand how important it is to constantly be innovating and building new products. But doing that the traditional way can be incredibly time and resource intensive. Even if you have the investment and funding needed for a team of developers, that doesn’t guarantee you’ll get new applications out at the speed you need to remain competitive.
Din is the founder of Gina Din Corporate Communications, which she established in 1997 after leaving her position at Barclays Bank after more than 12 years as the lender's Communications Manager in Kenya. In 2020, Gina Din Corporate Communications was acquired by US-based Edelman Global Communications for an undisclosed fee.
Julius Mwale has recently captured the imagination of many Kenyans with his daring pan-African exploits. In May this year, he announced a partnership with an American firm to build a battery plant in the mineral-rich Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to power smart cities.
The free Masterclasses with Caroline Mutoko, content packages, and weekly highlights target to impact 15,000 Kenyan MSMEs.
The move makes Kimani, who has been described as a 'buy-and-hold' investor, Centum's third-largest shareholder after the estate of the late mogul Chris Kirubi, which owns 30.94% of the company, and State-owned Kenya Development Corporation which holds a 22.97 per cent stake in the company.
Trusted by different administrations to handle important assignments over the past two decades, he has taken on several State-appointed roles over the years.
She will take over from Joseph Wanjohi who has served in an acting capacity since May when the former Chief Enterprise Business Officer, Kriss Senanu, left the company barely a year into the job. Senanu had joined Safaricom in July 2021 from Telkom, one of it's rivals.