Entrepreneurship is a rewarding and challenging career path. Whether you’re the CEO of a major company or the co-founder of a small business, entrepreneurship requires vision, hustle, drive, logistical competence, and a desire to make one’s mark on the world.
In Kenya, the economic environment in the country alone has bred different types of entrepreneurs and a number of young people have seized opportunities and worked hard to ensure they succeed early in life despite the industry they are in
One such entrepreneur is Eugene Mbugua, CEO Documentary & Reality Television Ltd. His love for entrepreneurship has seen him make routes in different industries that to many could be seen as worlds apart; the media industry, hotel industry and agriculture industry.
Eugene excels at many things: he’s a renowned producer, director, entrepreneur, and employer. You have probably interacted with some of his work on your screen.
But do you know who Eugene Mbugua is at his core, and what makes him a Leader Worth Following? As we began to learn more about the man behind the image, we discovered there was so much to share about his past, present and vision for the future.
As we resume our in-person events this year, join us for our #AfterOfficeHours with Eugene Mbugua, CEO Documentary & Reality Television Ltd on Thursday, 24th February 2022, at Nairobi Garage // Kilimani.
Apart from Documentary & Reality Television Ltd, Eugene is also the managing director of the Number 7 club and bar located along Koinange Street in Nairobi CBD and Number 7 Lion-CBD.
He is also the CEO of a publishing enterprise called My Yearbook Kenya Ltd, which publishes yearbooks for schools, companies, and also the government.
Together with his friends, they own a feedlot in Isinya, Kajiado County where they purchase bulls and fatten them for a period of 12 weeks to become premium beef before selling them off.
Other achievements include:
During the session, Eugene will share with us his entrepreneurship journey & how his business was affected by being in the media & entertainment industry that has seen sweeping changes to normal work routines and processes due to the pandemic crisis.
He will also highlight some of the challenges entrepreneurs meet on their journey and how to overcome them as well as the milestones achieved and the works in the pipeline in the coming days.
His is a story of resilience, brilliance, passion, drive and breaking all the barriers to succeed.
Come learn the ropes of operating your own business and if your passion is in the media industry here is an opportunity to listen and network with a great mind.
Sign-up Today What: After Office Hours with Eugene Mbugua When: Thurs, 24th February Where: Nairobi Garage Kilimani, 7th Floor, Pinetree Plaza