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Johnson Kamau, a business student at the University of Nairobi (UoN), was in search of an alternative income as he studied. He settled on horticulture and went in search of an investor to help him get his new venture off the ground....
Following the immense growth of technology globally, most young people in Kenya have made search engines and social media...
The proper way to build a business is to figure out how to sustainably scratch a perpetual itch and in Africa we have no...
Transfer of motor vehicles by second hand dealers is set to go online within a fortnight to ease the process and cut the amount...
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