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Workshop // How to survive in a harsh economic climate

November 22, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

Workshops in Nairobi

Kenya is currently undergoing a difficult economic period due to several factors. Government spending has reduced while taxation has increased meaning there is less disposable income and money in circulation.

This also means that larger companies will be retrenching and tightening their belts as will the citizens creating less and less business opportunities for startups.

How can Kenyan entrepreneurs survive this tough economic time and how can other entrepreneurs learn from this and prepare?

Join Joram Mwinamo, CEO and Founder of WYLDE International and an Enpact Mentor on Thursday 22nd November from 5pm at Nairobi Garage, Westlands branch, M2 Floor, Chiromo Road, where he will be sharing tips and tricks to keep you in business during harsh economic times.  

About the speaker

Joram is a management consultant, coach and Motivational Speaker, who is passionate about Africa and seeing its people achieve the greatness that is inherent in them while enabling them to have global influence in business, education and life.

He has top skills in organization structuring, strategy development, coaching, workshop facilitation, leadership training and Entrepreneurship.

At WYLDE International, Joram, aside from being the company CEO and Founder, is a leading strategy and entrepreneurship consultant across Africa, with experience in carrying out organization change programs from the design stage to implementation.\


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November 22, 2018
5:00 pm
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Nairobi Garage Westlands
M2 Mirage Towers, Waiyaki Way
Nairobi, Kenya


Nairobi Garage
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