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Month: March 29, 2019

Reap More by Working With the Government

Picture courtesy of planning.go.ke If you want your business to succeed in a developing economy align your strategy to the country’s strategic development agenda. This is especially crucial for Small and Medium Enterprises which are prone to various risks and uncertainties. Aligning yourself with the government’s strategy not only  buffers your business from risks but it can

Launch of Trade for Sustainable Development Hub (T4SD)

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) is excited to announce that it is partnering with the International Trade Center (ITC) and Strathmore University Business School

KCIC and clients shine at One Planet Summit

On the 14th of March 2019, world leaders gathered in Nairobi for the third installment of the One Planet Summit. Some of the high-profile guests

MIS Company: Water-efficient irrigation for Kenyan farmers

With today being World Water Day, it begs us to think about the water issues plaguing Kenya, a water scarce country, as well as innovative solutions to counter these problems. The recent deadly droughts in Turkana, Kenya are a painful reminder of this dilemma we are faced with. Climate change is posed to only further

Corporate governance practices in SMEs

Photo Credit: Mary Winspear Centre  http://marywinspear.ca/venue/lebbetter-board-room Every successful enterprise has systems and processes that define how the business of the organization is run. This is what is referred to as corporate governance. Corporate governance defines how an institution relates with stakeholders. This include the customers both internal and external, suppliers, the community around the organization and

Applications open for ClimateLaunchpad green business idea competition

PRESS RELEASE: Nairobi, 13 March, 2019 – ClimateLaunchpad is now welcoming applications in Kenya for the 2019 edition of the world’s largest green business ideas competition.

Sustainability lessons from my visit to Fujitsu Kawasaki offices

By: Edward Mungai, CEO of Kenya Climate Innovation Center Last week I was in Tokyo, Japan to participate in the Tokyo Marathon 2019 as well as meet with possible partners for my work in impact for Africa. I was really interested in visiting Japanese companies to glimpse just how exactly they are implementing and benefitting from

Recognizing female entrepreneurs on International Women’s Day

Women across the globe face obstacles to becoming entrepreneurs. Traditional views about gender norms, lower levels of education, shouldering the burden of domestic duties, a lack of female role models, and outright discrimination are only some of the barriers that women encounter on the path to starting a business. Such issues are only further exacerbated

Tapping into the opportunities of devolution

Picture courtesy: Makueni County makuenicounty.go.ke The promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 was the beginning of the much-needed transformation in the country. The Constitution introduced, among other things, the devolved system of governance whose main aim was to bring services closer to the people. Kenya now has two levels of government: The National and the County