Saturday, March 25, 2017
Capital inflows into the Kenyan renewable sector have been steadily increasing in recent months, according to Asoko Insight, the Intelligence partner of the Africa Renewable Energy Leaders’ Summit (ARELS) At the start of 2017, renewables represent in fact 87% of...
Kenyans still prefer the good old laptop when it comes to hotel searches, accounting for 59% of traffic to the website as compared to the 37% mobile sourced traffic and a meager 4% logging to the travel platform through...

by Bephine Ogutu Pamela Steele is a health and humanitarian supply chain specialist who provides strategic leadership and management in support of global health and humanitarian field programmes. Working in this field has given Pamela the opportunity to bring life-saving...
Equity Group retained the crown, for the second time in a row, as the most attractive bank to the investors, according to Cytonn Investment’s third quarter of 2016 evaluation of most attractive banks in Kenya. The evaluation zeroed in...
BY ROWAN BENN If ever a company was determined to offer something for everyone then the first prize must go to Audi. If they see a niche they like, they  fill it, like a determined interior decorator. Fortunately, their cars...
BY ANTONY MUTUNGA During his reign, the King of Prussia, Fredrick the Great, better known as ‘Old Fritz’ by his people, was constantly looking for ways to feed his growing nation. In order to reduce the price of bread for...
BY BEPHINE OGUTU Acquiring green energy in the Third World has proved to be a very expensive affair to both the governments and public sector. It has been particularly elusive for Kenya, despite President Kenyatta’s promise to help people get...
BY ROWAN BENN Over the last decade Volvo have slowly been changing the image of the Swedish brand from the boxy, dependable vehicles of old into genuine contenders in the prestige market, with sleek styling, wonderful interiors and an emphasis...
BY ANTONY MUTUNGA History has it that family business is considered as the oldest and most common model of economic organization. Generation after generation would take over the family business either keeping it afloat or running it to the ground....
BY ANTONY MUTUNGA Around the year 2000 B.C the world changed, people started using ‘hard cash’ currency for the first time. This was indeed a marvelous idea that saw barter trade diminish. From there on things got even better with...