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Caroline Mutoko Partners With Twiva To Empower MSMEs

The free Masterclasses with Caroline Mutoko, content packages, and weekly highlights target to impact 15,000 Kenyan MSMEs.

6 Ways to Generate Passive Income In 2022

Whether you own a side business or are just looking to earn a few extra dollars each month, passive income can be a terrific method to assist you in producing additional revenue.

Twiva Wins MSME Honours Digital Transformer Of The Year 2022

It was pomp and flair for the Twiva team after being announced this year’s winners of the much-contested 'Digital Transformer of the Year' at...

Former TV Presenter Chasing a Business Dream Named ‘Wonder Woman’

While accepting the award, Terryanne Chebet, a well-known media personality, spoke of the need for capacity building for small businesses, saying access to training and mentorship is one of the biggest contributing factors for her success.

Nigerian Startup ThriveAgric Wins Visa Everywhere Initiative 2022

Technology-driven agricultural start-up, ThriveAgric, has emerged as the winner of the Central Europe, Middle East, and Africa (CEMEA)  Visa Everywhere Initiative (VEI), a global...

Super Metro: How Sacco Took Over Nairobi Streets, Won Commuters Over

While the Kikuyu-Nairobi 105 route remains its mainstay, Super Metro has caused ripples in transport sector by venturing into routes including Rongai and, more recently, the Mombasa Road route with stops at Syokimau, Mlolongo and Kitengela among other densely populated areas. Other routes it plies include Nairobi-Juja and Nairobi-Thika/Makongeni.

The Making Of a Kenyan Craft Beverage Brand

Alex Chappatte, a British-Belgian mother of two, has a passion for adventure, running and making delicious drinks.  After 10 years of building brands such as Kit Kat and Stella Artois in the UK, she moved to Africa with her husband.

Applications Open for 2022 Africa’s Business Heroes Prize Competition

The journey to the Finale will also include access to a community of international leaders and innovators, industry experts, investors and accelerators, as well multi-disciplinary boot camps and training sessions to help the finalists take their businesses to the next level.

Lulu Hassan: Newscaster With an Entrepreneurial Streak

The fanatical following that their shows have drawn, particularly Maria and Zora, exemplify their contribution to Kenya's TV industry and entertainment in general. To do it all while being known for something else entirely makes the feat even more impressive.

How To Become An Entrepreneur In The UK

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and do you want to start your own business in the United Kingdom? Fortunately, anyone can do it...