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Ideas To Celebrate Mother’s Day During Lockdown

IDEAS TO CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY DURING LOCKDOWN Set for Sunday 10th May, Mother’s day is just around the corner and well, unfortunately, this will not be business as usual. We won’t be able to take her out for a shopping spree, or ice cream, we cannot make SGR trips to the beautiful Diani. You must be wondering, what are the best Ideas To Celebrate Mother’s Day During Lockdown. Worst off, imagine we probably can’t even pay them a simple visit. OH WELL, THIS PANDEMIC THOUGH!!! This, however, does not mean the day will be in vain. There are a number of things you can do for mom amidst the pandemic. A simple phone call or text Let’s go the traditional way. Let’s be honest, where really would we be without our moms? You wouldn’t want to imagine right? Well me neither. On this day, how about you make a simple…

What’s In Store for Kenyan Businesses.

Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa goodies for small businesses Peter Ndegwa, the new Safaricom CEO came bearing good news. During these very difficult times when we are all anxious and worried about the global pandemic, COVID19, the Mr Ndegwa promised to make the lives of his clients easy. No business survives without providing services that their customers can afford,” he said. New Safaricom Rates For 2020 His appointment comes barely a week after Safaricom announced the doing away with charges attached to sending less than 1000 shillings. Besides the transaction fee waiver, the daily transactions limit was increased from Ksh 140,000 to Ksh 300,000, grew the wallet size from KSh70, 000 to KSh300, 000 and revised upward SMEs transaction limits to KSh150, 000 from KSh70, 000. The best news for SMEs is that it is now free to transact from your Mpesa to your bank account or from your bank account…

7 Websites Commandments of 2020

What’s your business website? I want to look you up on google. In an era when everything can be found online, having an online presence and a website is as important as having a physical location for your business. A website gives you the platform to be found from anywhere in the world, and in times when your business can’t open physically, your website gives you the power to serve your client. Having a good website is good, but having a great website that serves you, and your clients well are even better. What are the key things to consider when creating a website for your business? There are some key elements that you need to consider when creating a website. We call them website commandments you should never break. Here are 7 Websites Commandments you should never break Thou shall be visually pleasing We are living in a time…

Manufacturers in Kenya

manufacturers in yellow pages kenya online directoty; Textile and apparel manufacturing, Food and beverage, Paper and board manufacturing, Automotive sector, Metal and allied, Pharmaceuticals medical equipment sector, Leather products and footwear manufacturing, Timber, wood and furniture sector , Energy and electrical and electronics manufacturing, Chemical and allied sector, Plastic and rubber manufacturing, Building, construction and mining.

Failing to do your homework will cost you in sales

Buyers today are more aware than ever before; they know what they want and they know they can get the information, products and services they need at the click of a button. Sales professionals are transitioning into informed business consultants who can add value through their expertise, insights and knowledge of a client’s needs. Whilst buyers are, on the whole, open to trying new brands and products, it’s down to sales professionals to make the right approach to even have a chance of getting those deals over the line. Here are top tips for getting it right in today’s competitive sales landscape: Don’t underestimate the importance of doing your homework Buyers know what they want, and any salesperson approaching them needs to know too. 79% of decision makers we surveyed said they wouldn’t bother engaging with a salesperson who hadn’t put in the necessary legwork before approaching them; 89% were…

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