Networking

Power Breakfasts

KAWBO runs breakfast meetings in which topical current business issues are
discussed. The discussions are usually led by an industry expert. In addition to being targeted information forums, the breakfast meetings are also excellent networking forums.

 

MARCH 2015

MARCH 2015

[caption id="attachment_1171" align="alignleft" width="225"] KAWBO-SACE POWER BREAKFAST[/caption]

 

[caption id="attachment_1173" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Mr. Jinghao Lu of the SACE foundation[/caption]

 

[caption id="attachment_1172" align="aligncenter" width="225"] KAWBO members and non-members networking during KAWBO-SACE event[/caption]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KAWBO partnered with the Sino Africa Centre of Excellence Foundation (SACE) for a breakfast event where Chinese  and Kenyan entrepreneurs had a chance to interact and create connections between Kenyan and Chinese entrepreneurs.

The SACE Foundation promotes cooperation between China and Africa by fostering the equitable exchange of business opportunities in the areas of enterprise creation and bilateral trade.

FEBRUARY 2015

FEBRUARY 2015

[caption id="attachment_1170" align="alignleft" width="300"]Dr. Wale Akinyemi addressing KAWBO members. Dr. Wale Akinyemi addressing KAWBO members.[/caption]

 

 

 

 

 

 

On February 4th 2015 KAWBO hosted a power breakfast where the key speaker was prolific writer, business strategy adviser and inspirational speaker Dr. Wale Akinyemi. The event which was themed “setting motivating goal” played a key role in helping KAWBO members strategize for the year 2015.

NOVEMBER 2014

NOVEMBER 2014

[caption id="attachment_1105" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Wela Breakfast (75) Wela Breakfast (44) KAWBO Members at the CEIBS- WELA Power BreakfastWela Breakfast (51)[/caption]

Wela Breakfast (137)Wela Breakfast (76)

 

On November 12th, KAWBO partnered with China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in the inaugural intake of the Women Entrepreneurship & Leadership for Africa (WELA). The WELA programme is an executive management programme developed by CEIBS and is currently run in Nigeria and Ghana. The WELA six month long programme was launched in Kenya in May 2014 and classes are expected to commence on 27th-29th March 2015 at the Tribe Hotel.

JANUARY 2012

JANUARY 2012

On January, 31st,File-It-Africa presented to participants the  benefits of cloud computing. Further, attendees were given the opportunity to subscribe to the services at an attractive discounted rate.

Business owners that were present did not hesitate to convey the relevancy of the topic to their businesses. Many expressed that they were graced with a pleasant morning due to the relevancy of the topic, the serene ambiance infusing the venue, and the quality business contacts that were created.

OCTOBER 2011

OCTOBER 2011

The event brought together 43 guests who gave great compliments about the Google presentation. The session was rewarding and relevant to the attendees. To further participant-experience, Google organized a set-up of laptops for users to familiarize themselves with the online tools that were show cased. The workshop provided a great forum for entrepreneurs from diverse business sectors to be empowered with information on how they could optimize online tools to work in favor of their businesses.

SEPTEMBER 2011

SEPTEMBER 2011

On the 28th of September, KAWBO partnered with Grofin to host a Networking Power Breakfast, welcoming all from diverse business sectors. Grofin is one of the leading pan-African financers and supporters of Small and Medium Enterprises. The engaging breakfast meeting explored fundamental issues of accessing appropriate financing tailored for various businesses.

MARCH 2011

MARCH 2011

This breakfast addressed how successful business mentorships can create networks and connections, build self-esteem, determination, capacities and self confidence. Mentoring programs are a key component for KAWBO and we believe in informing individuals on the opportunities available to access mentors and build their capacity to become a Business mentor.

The Speaker was Mr. Daniel Huba, the coordinator of the Regional Center for Enterprise Development (R-CED) of Inoorero University.

 

 

 

 

 

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