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How job loss inspired bakery business from home kitchen
With the economy having since reopened, Ms Lotan has never contemplated returning to employment. Most of her customers are from referrals and social media.
By Paul Kariuki 2 months ago
How job loss inspired bakery business from home kitchen
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Businesses that rarely fail even in tough economic environment
The sad thing with many startups is the high level of failure. This sees many of them close shop within a few years of starting.
By Paul Kariuki 3 months ago
Businesses that rarely fail even in tough economic environment
Tough balancing for varsity staff juggling office job, fashion
Through my social media accounts, I reach out to clients who are not able to physically visit my shop. It is not without some challenges using the online platforms though.
By Paul Kariuki 3 months ago
Tough balancing for varsity staff juggling office job, fashion
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Learning from former employer to chart your own success
What informed Mwenda Kinyua, 30, to venture into the textile business was its lucrative nature, more so in the supply of school uniforms.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
Learning from former employer to chart your own success
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How entrepreneurs make their money
It depresses to keep on sinking deeper into debts, but there are clever entrepreneurs, who, despite having money, make money out of debts.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
How entrepreneurs make their money
The dentist who will make your hair and skin glow
Dr Gasheri Mugao left her blossoming career as a dentist to go into the beauty and cosmetics business, a move she says she does not regret.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
The dentist who will make your hair and skin glow
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Kenyan teacher Nancy Obonyo makes waves in Bangkok with online fashion store
Nancy Obonyo is balancing classroom responsibilities and running a side business after moving to Thailand for further studies.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
Kenyan teacher Nancy Obonyo makes waves in Bangkok with online fashion store
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How long maternity leave birthed Leah Busolo’s peanut butter business
Although it is good to have more than one income stream, those who go into business are always not well conditioned for harsh environments.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
How long maternity leave birthed Leah Busolo’s peanut butter business
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Business ideas to help you thrive in tough economic climate
To survive, you need to think out of the box and come up with innovative business models.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
Business ideas to help you thrive in tough economic climate
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Me, employed? Never again, vows make-up artist
Lilian Mutuku decided employment was not for her after just eight months. Now she runs a thriving enterprise, says she does not regret being her own.
By Paul Kariuki 6 months ago
Me, employed? Never again, vows make-up artist
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The good, bad and ugly of social media marketing
Social media can be a good place to promote one’s business brand and drive sales.
By Paul Kariuki 6 months ago
The good, bad and ugly of social media marketing
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Riding on ‘chamas’ to grow your business
A close look at chamas shows that they have become a way of life for many.
By Paul Kariuki 7 months ago
Riding on ‘chamas’ to grow your business
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How job loss inspired bakery business from home kitchen
With the economy having since reopened, Ms Lotan has never contemplated returning to employment. Most of her customers are from referrals and social media.
By Paul Kariuki 2 months ago
How job loss inspired bakery business from home kitchen
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Businesses that rarely fail even in tough economic environment
The sad thing with many startups is the high level of failure. This sees many of them close shop within a few years of starting.
By Paul Kariuki 3 months ago
Businesses that rarely fail even in tough economic environment
Tough balancing for varsity staff juggling office job, fashion
Through my social media accounts, I reach out to clients who are not able to physically visit my shop. It is not without some challenges using the online platforms though.
By Paul Kariuki 3 months ago
Tough balancing for varsity staff juggling office job, fashion
Premium
Learning from former employer to chart your own success
What informed Mwenda Kinyua, 30, to venture into the textile business was its lucrative nature, more so in the supply of school uniforms.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
Learning from former employer to chart your own success
Premium
How entrepreneurs make their money
It depresses to keep on sinking deeper into debts, but there are clever entrepreneurs, who, despite having money, make money out of debts.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
How entrepreneurs make their money
The dentist who will make your hair and skin glow
Dr Gasheri Mugao left her blossoming career as a dentist to go into the beauty and cosmetics business, a move she says she does not regret.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
The dentist who will make your hair and skin glow
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Kenyan teacher Nancy Obonyo makes waves in Bangkok with online fashion store
Nancy Obonyo is balancing classroom responsibilities and running a side business after moving to Thailand for further studies.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
Kenyan teacher Nancy Obonyo makes waves in Bangkok with online fashion store
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How long maternity leave birthed Leah Busolo’s peanut butter business
Although it is good to have more than one income stream, those who go into business are always not well conditioned for harsh environments.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
How long maternity leave birthed Leah Busolo’s peanut butter business
Premium
Business ideas to help you thrive in tough economic climate
To survive, you need to think out of the box and come up with innovative business models.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
Business ideas to help you thrive in tough economic climate
Premium
Me, employed? Never again, vows make-up artist
Lilian Mutuku decided employment was not for her after just eight months. Now she runs a thriving enterprise, says she does not regret being her own.
By Paul Kariuki 6 months ago
Me, employed? Never again, vows make-up artist
Premium
The good, bad and ugly of social media marketing
Social media can be a good place to promote one’s business brand and drive sales.
By Paul Kariuki 6 months ago
The good, bad and ugly of social media marketing
Premium
Riding on ‘chamas’ to grow your business
A close look at chamas shows that they have become a way of life for many.
By Paul Kariuki 7 months ago
Riding on ‘chamas’ to grow your business
Premium
How job loss inspired bakery business from home kitchen
With the economy having since reopened, Ms Lotan has never contemplated returning to employment. Most of her customers are from referrals and social media.
By Paul Kariuki 2 months ago
How job loss inspired bakery business from home kitchen
Premium
Businesses that rarely fail even in tough economic environment
The sad thing with many startups is the high level of failure. This sees many of them close shop within a few years of starting.
By Paul Kariuki 3 months ago
Businesses that rarely fail even in tough economic environment
Tough balancing for varsity staff juggling office job, fashion
Through my social media accounts, I reach out to clients who are not able to physically visit my shop. It is not without some challenges using the online platforms though.
By Paul Kariuki 3 months ago
Tough balancing for varsity staff juggling office job, fashion
Premium
Learning from former employer to chart your own success
What informed Mwenda Kinyua, 30, to venture into the textile business was its lucrative nature, more so in the supply of school uniforms.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
Learning from former employer to chart your own success
Premium
How entrepreneurs make their money
It depresses to keep on sinking deeper into debts, but there are clever entrepreneurs, who, despite having money, make money out of debts.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
How entrepreneurs make their money
The dentist who will make your hair and skin glow
Dr Gasheri Mugao left her blossoming career as a dentist to go into the beauty and cosmetics business, a move she says she does not regret.
By Paul Kariuki 4 months ago
The dentist who will make your hair and skin glow
Premium
Kenyan teacher Nancy Obonyo makes waves in Bangkok with online fashion store
Nancy Obonyo is balancing classroom responsibilities and running a side business after moving to Thailand for further studies.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
Kenyan teacher Nancy Obonyo makes waves in Bangkok with online fashion store
Premium
How long maternity leave birthed Leah Busolo’s peanut butter business
Although it is good to have more than one income stream, those who go into business are always not well conditioned for harsh environments.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
How long maternity leave birthed Leah Busolo’s peanut butter business
Premium
Business ideas to help you thrive in tough economic climate
To survive, you need to think out of the box and come up with innovative business models.
By Paul Kariuki 5 months ago
Business ideas to help you thrive in tough economic climate
Premium
Me, employed? Never again, vows make-up artist
Lilian Mutuku decided employment was not for her after just eight months. Now she runs a thriving enterprise, says she does not regret being her own.
By Paul Kariuki 6 months ago
Me, employed? Never again, vows make-up artist
Premium
The good, bad and ugly of social media marketing
Social media can be a good place to promote one’s business brand and drive sales.
By Paul Kariuki 6 months ago
The good, bad and ugly of social media marketing
Premium
Riding on ‘chamas’ to grow your business
A close look at chamas shows that they have become a way of life for many.
By Paul Kariuki 7 months ago
Riding on ‘chamas’ to grow your business
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