KCB’s & BasiGo’s Electric Bus Financing Partnership Could Disrupt The Status Quo For Kenya’s Public Transport Operators.
I was recently listening to a podcast about the transition from horses to cars many years ago. At the time, people looked down on cars with disdain, seeing them as being somehow below horses which had been the dominant form of transportation for the masses. People saw cars as a
Kenya leads the world in mobile money. This is a fact as over 18 million mobile subscribers are signed up for Safaricom’s wildly successful M-Pesa offering. It’s hard to imagine that just a few years ago although Safaricom’s M-Pesa was just taking off and most of the Banks in Kenya
Nairobiâ€¦ A wave of e-marketing offerings will be unveiled at the upcoming E-Tourism East Africa Conference in Nairobi on the 2nd and 3rd September 2010. The conference, which is being sponsored by Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), Safaricom and the Crowne Plaza Hotel will feature leading global players such as TripAdvisor,