Africa must generate power with demand in mind
We need to urgently move away from this reality, and shift our thinking from consumption to production.
By Jane Mwangi 2 years ago
Africa must generate power with demand in mind
How government can join the dots on job creation
We are talking about the thousands of fundis with small construction companies, cooks with expanding food kibandas, and other hardworking Kenyans.
By Jane Mwangi 2 years ago
How government can join the dots on job creation
Step up matchmaking to create more jobs
The cost of hiring the graduates can be initially funded through either grants or investment financing because it is sustainable and bankable.
By Jane Mwangi 2 years ago
Step up matchmaking to create more jobs
Creating jobs calls for an ecosystem approach
Banks have unique ability to drive traffic towards a loaned enterprise through a business ecosystem.
By Jane Mwangi 2 years ago
Creating jobs calls for an ecosystem approach
Great opportunities for the youth lie in vocational training
The burgeoning construction industry for example, is facing a shortage of skilled human resource due to the lack of skilled personnel, mainly plumbers
By Jane Mwangi 5 years ago
Great opportunities for the youth lie in vocational training
Domestic Services Sector Key to Economic Growth
Kenya’s food and drink industry is perhaps the most developed in the region, with the country leading in hotel and supermarket numbers.
By Jane Mwangi 5 years ago
Domestic Services Sector Key to Economic Growth
Tap into potential of livestock sub-sector to boost economy
The great prospects that lie in animal husbandry
By Jane Mwangi 6 years ago
Tap into potential of livestock sub-sector to boost economy
How to pull youth into billion-shilling beauty industry
The beauty and personal care industry is fast becoming Kenya’s new investment hub, attracting massive foreign investment by renowned global brands like Yves Saint Laurent, Black Opal and Oriflame among others.
By Jane Mwangi 6 years ago
How to pull youth into billion-shilling beauty industry
Ignoring technical training and skilled labour is too costly
The observation, for only the third time in history, of the World Youth Day marked an important milestone for humanity today.
By Jane Mwangi 6 years ago
Ignoring technical training and skilled labour is too costly
Corporates as agents of economic growth
As far as philanthropy goes, the African continent is undergoing a major transformation as more corporate organizations and individuals pump billions of dollars into community projects.
By Jane Mwangi 7 years ago
Corporates as agents of economic growth
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