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  1. Behold, masterpieces from discarded tyres and bottles

    When Lydiah Kabiru’s side hustle overtook her main one, she said goodbye and focused on her handiwork. It’s the best decision she's ever made.

    Lydiah Kabiru tyres
  2. Marsabit's cooperatives turn to diversification

    Although mostly common in Mandera, Garissa, Wajir and parts of upper Eastern in Marsabit and Turkana, camel farming has been spreading to other parts such as Samburu, Meru, Laikipia, Kajiado and...

    Moyale Camel Milk Dairy Society Cooperative member displays their packaged dairy products on February 16,2021. I Jacob Walter
  3. PRIME Is it time for malls to rethink the anchor tenant model?

    Businesses at Garden City are in trouble after the exit of the mall's crowd puller.

    Garden City Mall
  4. Relax, we'll do the cleaning for you

    The sisters are partners in a laundry business that has thrived in spite of Covid-19.

    Tern Queens Laundry
  5. The money in rabbit farming

    He began his venture with three rabbits, two does and one buck

    Eric Njagi SME
  6. To escape a flooded market, businesswoman begins making air fresheners

    With perfume refill shops popping up all over town, Adhiambo knew it was only a matter of time before she was kicked out of business.

    Mildred Adhiambo
  7. Start-ups get boost as pandemic bites

    It is not all gloom and doom in the enterprise sector as a start-up incubator is promoting budding businesses and making them successful.

    Villgro Africa Co-Founder Robert Karanja
  8. Five Kenyans win Africa innovation awards

    Each of the entrepreneurs will receive Sh545,000.

     Waceke Nduati , Chrispinus Onyancha
  9. Small businesses look to bounce back in 2021

    Early in December, the State unveiled Sh10 billion credit guarantee scheme to support small businesses weather the Covid-19 shocks.

    KCB Bank CEO Joshua Oigara
  10. PRIME How we built a vibrant shoe enterprise from scratch

    Maggie and her husband tried many businesses before their love for shoes inspired them to start selling unique rubber shoes. They have never looked back.

    Maggie Wakori Mukei, managing director of Sidmar Premium Rubbers


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