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Benefits of Membership
KAWBO’s Mentorship Program and advocacy initiatives provide an excellent avenue to meet and learn from some of the most successful, experienced, and dynamic businesswomen in Kenya.
We hold monthly events that provide our membership with opportunities to broaden their network and compare notes with peers. Our topics are relevant and informative as we address the varied interests and challenges of women business owners in Kenya.
Our members benefit from various skills building events and workshops provided by KAWBO and its partner organizations. We offer programmes that challenge our members’ current business practices and provide them with skills to remodel and position themselves as leaders in their respective fields.
Our members have the opportunity to participate in any one of our active and dedicated committees. Committee involvement is an excellent way to strengthen your leadership potential, develop your business, and broaden your professional network.
An individual member can be defined as one of the following:
a) Is an established SME business woman, or
b) Hold a middle – top executive position in a company or corporation, or
c) Is a budding entrepreneur, or
d) Is a recognized as a leader in her field, or
e) Has contributed to the advancement of women in business and the community,
f) Holds a position in the public or private sector, whether in a profession, government, NGO, welfare or politics.
The fees for the individual member is left unchanged at an initial joining fee of Kes 8,500 & an annual subscription fee of Kes 5,000
A corporate entity may sponsor a minimum of 5, maximum 10 members, at an initial, one-off joining fee of Kes 15,000 per person. Annual subscription fee is Kes 5,000 per person. The corporate entity shall have a total of 5 votes.
A young member is defined as a budding entrepreneur between the ages of 21to 25 years. To be considered to the position, the young member shall have demonstrated her entrepreneurial spirit through:
a) Assisting in the set up of a business
b) Owning a small business
c) Have contributed to the welfare of women and community within which she grew up in
Young members have no voting rights, and are not eligible to hold office.
The joining fee for this class of membership will be Kes 5,000 & an annual subscription of Kes 3,000.00.
Proof of I.D is a must.