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Co-operative Bank to benefit from World Bank's Sh32 billion kitty

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In partnership with a medical equipment manufacturer Philips, the lender will help healthcare providers acquire medical equipment.

Co-operative Bank to benefit from World Bank's Sh32 billion kitty

By Dominic Omondi | 2 months ago

50 plus one percent of Kenyans consider themselves innovators

50 plus one percent of Kenyans consider themselves innovators

Fifty four per cent (54 percent) of Kenyans consider themselves to be innovators, Thirty four per cent (34 percent) of them expressed that they are not reliant on others to create solutions, Fifty nine (59 percent) of Kenyans are confident that their idea will be the next big thing in their industry.

Standard Reporter | 5 years ago

Kenya: Philips in Sh50m hospital facelift

The facelift, which will cost Sh50 million, will support the well-being and recovery of expectant mothers and their newborn babies.

Andrew Makari Watila | 6 years ago

Interview with Frans Van Houten,global CEO,royal philips

Last week, Philips announced it was splitting into two companies – one focused on health tech opportunities and the other on lighting solutions.

Peter Muiruri | 6 years ago

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