• Kenyan Entrepreneurs: Win up to $150,000 in the Centum Entrepreneurship Program

    Kenyan Entrepreneurs: Win up to $150,000 in the Centum Entrepreneurship Program0

    The Centum Entrepreneurship Programme, the flagship initiative of Centum Foundation, is a programme that offers funding and mentoring opportunities for Kenyan entrepreneurs creating impacts in their various societies. The programme offers up to $150,000 in funding, a rich network of industry leaders and mentorship opportunities for innovative entrepreneurs. The seed funding is expected to help business

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  • Global Management Challenge Kenya calls for entries from entrepreneurs

    Global Management Challenge Kenya calls for entries from entrepreneurs0

    The Global Management Challenge is the largest Strategy and Management Competition in the world. It’s the largest international event based on business simulations, with more than 500 000 university students and company managers participating in this event throughout the world. The GMC is present in quite a number of countries from Africa to Europe, Asia

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  • Kenya’s Tonee Ndungu wins $150,000 from African Entrepreneurship Award

    Kenya’s Tonee Ndungu wins $150,000 from African Entrepreneurship Award0

    Kenya’s EdTech entrepreneur and founder of Kytabu, a textbook leasing application that allows users have access to digitized textbooks at 40% reduction of the normal price, Anthony Tonee Ndungu, has won $150,000 in the recently concluded African Entrepreneurship Award. The African Entrepreneurship Award created to help entrepreneurs start or grow their businesses with funds and quality mentoring

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  • Chase Bank Unveils New Hangout Joint For Kenyan Entrepreneurs

    Chase Bank Unveils New Hangout Joint For Kenyan Entrepreneurs0

    Kenya’s Chase Bank has just launched the pilot phase of its SME Biz Hub, a free secure space where entrepreneurs can now meet and network. After a 2015 research of Kenya’s SME environment facilitated by Chase, the concern was raised that the banks are doing too little to help entrepreneurs succeed against the many odds

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  • Nairobi Plans $341,600 Zero-Interest Loan For Entrepreneurs

    Nairobi Plans $341,600 Zero-Interest Loan For Entrepreneurs0

    ENTERPRISE54 – Nairobi plans to release the sum of Sh30 m ($341,600) in form of loans later this year to support its young entrepreneurs. This money, which is already a part of the 2014/2015 budget has been earmarked for one singular purpose; to make loan easily accessible to startups but first the county’s assembly has

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