The program aims to support the growth of 200,000 small businesses while catalyzing the development of 10,000 start-ups through the creation of 47 County Business Hubs.
The free Masterclasses with Caroline Mutoko, content packages, and weekly highlights target to impact 15,000 Kenyan MSMEs.
Kenya’s private sector has to date contributed a total of Ksh6,448,998,000 to the national tree growing campaign, in an effort to further demonstrate the...
The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) and the Mouvement des Entreprises de France International (MEDEF) have renewed their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for a...
The study notes that (31%) of workers who have adopted digital and digitally enabled work prefer it because of lack of formal employment opportunities. It says 21% prefer to work online due to flexibility and convenience of digital work and another 18% because of the ability to work part time.
Plastic is a doubled edged sword. It is very much a part of our lives, being a packaging material for many of the products we consume and also being a primary or secondary raw material for many items including electronics, furniture, motor vehicles, planes and ships.
Flora Mutahi is a Certified Public Accountant, entrepreneur and corporate executive. She is chairperson of the Kenya Association of Manufacturers and the founder and chief executive officer of Melvin Marsh International Limited, the manufacturer of Melvin's Tea, a Kenyan brand. “My appointment as the first ever female chair is a testimony to KEPSA taking a giant step in the right direction of entrenching inclusivity and meritocracy in our leadership," Ms Mutahi said. "We should continue with this drive and include not just women but also youth, persons living with disabilities, and MSME owners and leaders.”
"As such, the use of derogatory language on both mainstream and social media that supports the acts of GBV and condemning the victims is unacceptable. It is possible to maintain decency and respect in a democratic space where freedom of speech is encouraged. We should ensure accountability and uphold professionalism and respect for human dignity," Kepsa noted.
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