Participants during one of the past editions of Founders Breakfast Kenya.

Paying taxes and adhering to government regulations as an entrepreneur, will be among the key topics to dominate in the coming edition of Founders Breakfast Kenya.

The event which will be on Saturday at the Lord Errol, Nairobi, will feature key experts in the fields of taxes and law to enlighten and educate the entrepreneurs on these issues.

Other key topic to be discussed will be on how to manage business cash flow in any business, which has also been a challenge to a lot of entrepreneurs in Kenya and even across the globe.

Unlike other forums where entrepreneurs come to listen and interact with successful business Founders, the 5th edition forum will also be to educate the participating entrepreneurs on how to be right with the taxman and key government regulators to avoid unnecessary business challenges.

Founders Breakfast Kenya 5th edition has been organised by the Money Series Africa, an online business magazine and Insideout Development, a Business Training and Consultancy Firm.

Money Series Africa Founder and CEO Kan’gethe Njoroge noted that Founders Breakfast Kenya is to ensure that entrepreneurs take home solutions that grows their ventures to the next level.

“The secret to understanding government regulations on business is knowing where to look, and what kind of laws you’re looking for. There are several places for entrepreneurs to go depending on what kind of regulatory information they need. In the coming edition, we will try to address these issues, as they affect all entrepreneurs,” he said.

Key speakers for the event will include Kenya Revenue Authority Tax Expert, Benson Mugo, Advocate of the High Court and Start up Lawyer Gerald Kiti, as well as Nabo Capital CEO Pius Muchiri.

“As you can see, we are bringing speakers who are real experts in their fields. As Founders Breakfast Kenya we not only want entrepreneurs to connect with potential clients at the event, but this time round we want them to also connect with beneficial information which is key to their businesses. As we keep saying, we are here to see potential start-ups in Kenya become global businesses,” InsideOut Development CEO Hanna Muchuki Githuki commented.

The event tickets are going for Ksh 2000 only, via MPESA 112143.

Meanwhile, some of the renowned business people who have graced previous editions include Cytton Investments CEO Edwin Dande, Username Founder and CEO Reuben Kimani and Founder of SuzieBeauty Cosmetics Suzie Wokabi.

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Others are Founder and CEO of Hyssop Properties Naftali Mwangi and Kennedy Nyabwala, the Chief Executive and Founder of Bwala Africa Group, Waweru Kuria, the Founder of Kodi Kodi Homes and top social media influencer Timothy Kimani aka Njugush, among others.

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