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Why You Should Start Keg, Alcohol Business – And Disadvantages

Starting a bar or pub business in Kenya is a lucrative venture, first, because of the market in that one in every 8 Kenyans aged 15 – 65 years (3,199,119) reported that they drink alcohol according to the 2022 Status of Drugs and Substance Use in Kenya report by the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA).

Co-op Bank Emerges Best SME Lender At Global Finance Awards

The lender won the Gold Award for the SME Financier Of The Year in Africa ahead of NMB of Tanzania, which got Silver Award and Kenya’s Equity Bank, which came third with a Platinum Award.

Fuliza Ya Biashara: Everything You Need To Know

Safaricom has partnered with KCB Bank Kenya to launch Fuliza ya Biashara, an overdraft facility that allows extension of credit to business owners with M-Pesa Business tills.

How to Start a Petrol Station Business in Kenya

Depending on its size, starting a petrol station in Kenya may also have additional car-related services like oil checks, repairs, air for tyres, plus minimum to full car service.

Digital Training Platform Founded By 2 Kenyan Ladies Attracts International Investors

Zydii, a Nairobi-based digital training solutions provider founded by two Kenyan ladies, has received pre-seed funding from DOB Equity, Kua Ventures, Kaleo Ventures and NaiBAN.

Business Development Services Offer Modern Day Solution For SMEs

Business Development Services (BDS) refer to a wide range of non-financial services provided to farmers or SMEs to help them operate efficiently

In Kenya, Virtual Insurance Model Gathers Momentum

“The concept of our company is to try to solve the challenges that has been facing the (insurance) industry for a very long time”...

Exploring The Booming Business Scene In Kenya

Having access to capital, whether through investors or government grants, will ensure that your firm has the resources it needs to expand and thrive in this competitive industry
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