Employment? No thanks...

After Tony Eboyi graduated , he set up a blog, his intention to market his skills and share the knowledge he had acquired in school. PHOTO| WILLIAM OERI

What you need to know:

  • Tony sees freelancing as the future of employment, with concepts such as virtual working, due to deeper Internet penetration and is fast testing such concepts.
  • His company works with young freelancers who are assigned various projects on short and medium-term contracts. He employs between seven to 10 freelancers on any given project.
  • In the short-term, Tony and his partners at Biz HUB, Harris Amwai, Brian Kimotho and Linton Chege, intend to replicate the model of Biz HUB in schools, universities and colleges. 

After Tony Eboyi, 26, graduated with a degree in project management in 2013, he set up a blog, his intention to market his skills and share the knowledge he had acquired in school. At the time, all he wanted to do was to practice his research and writing skills. And not seated in an office somewhere - he was not keen on getting a job.

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