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    What quail farmers have taught start-ups about business cycles

27 01, 2014

What quail farmers have taught start-ups about business cycles

January 27th, 2014|0 Comments|

I am told quail eggs are now at an all-time low. The price of an egg has fallen from Sh100 to as low as Sh10. Welcome to the harsh realities of business.

My hunch is this; the Kenyans who abandoned their jobs to get into the ‘million-dollar’ business did not know that all businesses will […]

20 01, 2014

Learn to firmly say no without losing potential customers

January 20th, 2014|0 Comments|

The script sounds familiar. We are already off the blocks and heading into 2014.

Now, if your life is anything like mine, its already showing signs of being full to the brim and starting to overflow. We are barely three weeks into the year but there’s already so much to do-and not nearly enough time […]

13 01, 2014

A team is as great as the challenges it faces, overcomes

January 13th, 2014|0 Comments|

 

The 20th century inventor, industrialist and successful businessman Henry Ford said: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.”

There’s no denying that teamwork is essential for any group or organisation to succeed. Benefits of a cohesive team are invaluable for any organisation.

At the beginning of the year, team development […]

6 01, 2014

Success in business startup a marathon not a one-off sprint

January 6th, 2014|0 Comments|

 

According to the latest survey by Infotrak, 51 per cent of Kenyans are either planning to start a business, change their jobs or get a job. That means that one in two Kenyans is seriously thinking up something genuinely new and sellable-whether it is a good, service or simply their skills and knowledge.

These are […]