Tag: Terryanne Chebet
The entrepreneur and communications expert has worked in several media and marketing roles over the past two decades, including General Manager at Metropol TV, one of Kenya's first business stations, and anchor at Citizen TV. After Citizen, she worked at CGTN Africa as a Business News Anchor between November 2011 and February 2013.
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.
Business Today talked to Terryanne Chebet exactly a month ago, just a day after she left Metropol TV, and brings you the interview.
Terryanne joined Metropol from the now defunct Moses Kuria owned Fanaka TV where she was serving as CEO
The programme targets jobless youth or those seeking extra income, who will be offered training in sales and digital marketing training.
Stock broking agent was banned last month for three years for his role in the KenolKobil insider trading scandal and Sh4 million disgorged from him
Turkish consumer goods company Hayat Kimya has launched its operations in Kenya and introduced its Molfix baby diaper brand which will be promoted locally by...
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