Q&A Monday: Peter Nduati

Q&A Monday: Peter Nduati

Peter Nduati (@PeterNduati) is the Founder and CEO of Resolution Group, a company that runs Resolution Insurance Kenya and Tanzania, IAA Resolution Uganda and Speed Resolution in South Sudan. He founded the Group initially as Resolution Health East Africa in 2002. Peter is a Chartered Insurer and holds a Master’s Degree in Insurance and has(…)

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Thermal cameras can be used detect poachers and even Ebola

Thermal cameras can be used detect poachers and even Ebola

Thermal imaging cameras are gaining in popularity in Africa, because of their low costs. The number of usage applications for these devices is also going up. Thermal cameras record images of the infra-red radiation (heat) being emitted by the skin to determine threats. The image produced by these cameras consists of a range of colours,(…)

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NIC Securities customers can now trade shares on their phones

NIC Securities customers can now trade shares on their phones

NIC Securities customers will now be able to trade their shares from the palm of their hands following the enhancement of the NIC NOW Mobile Banking app. Through the banking app customers can now access the Nairobi Securities Exchange from anywhere and can trade shares at their own convenience. Trades can be placed and managed(…)

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Onfon Media partners with Safaricom to launch Name Tunes on Skiza

Onfon Media partners with Safaricom to launch Name Tunes on Skiza

  Onfon Media has partnered with Safaricom to launch a new service called Name Tunes on the Skiza Platform. Name Tunes is a ring back tone service offering pre-recorded vocal definition of names, with a musical background tune to the subscribers. The service targets to inform inspire and entertain callers while their call is on(…)

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Epson celebrates 50th anniversary of its first printer

Epson celebrates 50th anniversary of its first printer

Epson celebrated fifty years since bringing miniaturised printing to the world for the first time at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. The printing timer became the first electronic recording system in the Olympics, changing the course of history. Twenty-five years later, Epson’s 3LCD technology revolutionised the projector market, delivering vibrant and clear images to audiences. Mukesh(…)

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25 startups receive $1,000 funding from Syngenta

25 startups receive $1,000 funding from Syngenta

Agribusiness firm, Syngenta East Africa in partnership with Enactus Kenya, has awarded $1,000 (Sh87,790) each to 25 startups from five African countries to help turn their ideas into businesses. The 25 startups will proceed to the semi-final competition dubbed Agribiz4Africa on August 29. The top three contestants from the two categories – Agribusiness Idea and(…)

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Are companies doing enough to improve job skills in Kenya?

Are companies doing enough to improve job skills in Kenya?

Every year the country produces over 20,000 graduates into the job market but majority of them wil not gain employment. The unemployment rate has been over the 40% mark and even though we understand that not all graduates will be employed one of the reasons being raised for this is that the graduates do not(…)

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Nairobi Cocktail Week:10 days to sample cocktails in 25 bars

Nairobi Cocktail Week:10 days to sample cocktails in 25 bars

Nairobians who are looking for an awesome drink experience are in for a treat as the inaugural Nairobi Cocktail Week is set to take place from August 29th to 7th September. The Nairobi Cocktail Week will celebrate the art of mixology and over 25 bars in Nairobi will be showcasing their best cocktails made from(…)

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Top 25 places to visit in Nairobi

Top 25 places to visit in Nairobi

Nairobi is one of the most interesting cities in Africa and has some awesome places you can enjoy visiting whether you are a visitor or a resident. Here’s a list of some of the best places to visit. 1. National Museum The Nairobi National Museum was founded in 1920, and established at its present location(…)

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