4 years ago

Top Consulting Firms In Nairobi

There is a growing number of consultancy services in Kenya, especially in Nairobi City where many organizations and business firms have their offices. This is largely due to the modern trend of information research being relied upon in many  undertakings of different institutions. Below is a list of some consultancy firms in Kenya\'s capital city:

  • KPMG Consulting

  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC)

  • Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)

  • Deloitte Consulting

  • Dalberg

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4 years ago

How Safaricom Made It To The Top In Kenya

The company started in 1997.Michael Joseph is the man behind its for less than 15 years in the market. He is credited to have managed the company well before his responsibilities were passed on to the current manger. The current manager who is Bob Collymore has not failed to deliver. Safaricom made it to the top because of developing three strategies. The three strategies employed include;

Mobile Money Transfer [M-Pesa]

The introduction of this service yielded a lot of positive results for the company. The service was introduced in 2007.It is simply a service used by Safar  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

How to Start M-PESA Agent Business In Kenya

M-PESA being the leading service of mobile banking in Kenya has become every man\'s solace when it  comes to financial transactions.M-PESA has not only saved many the long back-breaking queues at the banks but has also created job opportunities for thousands not only in Kenya but also in other parts of Africa and the world at large.Here are the steps  on how to start an M-PESA business incase you are interested but you just can\'t figure out where to start from.

M-PESA Agent Requirements

One must be registered as a limited company or with at least 3 outlets ready  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Factors Influencing Trade In Kenya

Trading in Kenya is affected by several factors which affect the nature of trade and success of the trade activities.

Transport and communication

Goods need to be transported to places where they are needed. Therefore a good transport network is needed. In many parts of rural Kenya there are poor transport links .this slows down trading activities. Improved communication has made trading easier. A faster and safer method of transferring money through mpesa has also contributed to easening of trade activities since it is convenient and easier.

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4 years ago

Challenges Facing The Achievement Of Industrialization In Kenya

Kenya as a country is struggling to make steps towards the achievement of vision 2030 which is a blueprint that guides Kenya to become an industrialized nation by then. However, there are several factors that are hampering the attainment of industrialization in Kenya and they include;

Stiff competition; Many local industries that are struggling to grow face competition from the foreign industries that produce similar goods which are cheaper. Example is the textile industry in Kenya which faces stiff competition from imports such as the mitumba. Paper and food processing industries i  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Products And Services Offered By Hasoft Kenya Ltd

In the current period, Kenya has embraced the advancement in technology and has incorporated it in to the different sectors of the economy. The most sectors of the Kenyan economy that technology has been used include education where the learners are able to use modern research tools and equipment such as Laptops and tablets in their studies as well as banking where technology has seen the security of the banking processes upgraded and the use of technology in banking has also contributed to the introduction of various awesome services such as internet banking and mobile banking. Many people  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Study on the Kenya Railways corporation

The Kenya railway Corporation is a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal and has power to sue and be sued in its corporate name and to acquire, hold and dispose of movable and immovable property for the purposes of the Corporation. It is managed by a board of directors of the Corporation. i. a Chairman of the Board appointed by the Minister;

     ii. the Managing Director;

     iii. the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry for the time being

     iv. responsible for railways

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4 years ago

Location And Contacts Of Sugar Factories In Kenya

Kenya has numerous sugar factories distributed in western part of the country as well as the coastal regions where climate is suitable for sugar cane growing. These factories are known for their great impact on Kenya’s economy. They produce sugar as the major product though other cane by-products such as jaggery and molasses also may be produced. Larger companies such as Mumias Sugar Company have involved in electricity production. The following is a list of sugar factories in Kenya together with their contacts.

  • Miwani sugar Company Limited, Miwani.

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4 years ago

Best Places To Purchase Computers In Kenya

Computer is one of the most expensive important electronics in today life. There are various types of computer in the market, but do you just buy any computer. Computer being an electronic, its quality matters a lot. But the question is, where do you go for quality computers and what do you consider good quality. First let’s look at what one should go for when purchasing computer.


This is a challenge to most purchasers. They cannot relate the price of the computer and its quality. In most cases quality products have fixed price though the price may change depen  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

How To Start A Business Firm In Kenya

Just like any other civilized nation, Kenya has a strict legal framework that all entrepreneurs and business starters have to follow when setting up their entities. It is largely considered bureaucratic, but there is no shortcut about it. Therefore, it is always important to be on the safe side.


  • Come up with a unique name for your firm and reserve it at the companies registry.

  • Stamp the Memorandum and articles of association plus a statement of the entity's nominal capital.

  • Settle the required stamp duty: this i  Continue reading ...