.…The Sale to allow Kenyans access export quality items for as little as Sh.100 shillings and maximum of Sh.600 for items that fetch Sh.6000 in international stores
Thursday, May 4, 2017: After a successful first phase of the ‘Buy-Kenyan Build Kenya’ Super Sale in Nairobi, Mombasa will host the clothing sale at the Visha Oshwal Grounds from tomorrow to Sunday.
Nairobi, May 4th 2017- The average house prices in Kenya increased marginally by 1.10 per cent during the first quarter of 2017 compared to the 1.58 per cent rise during the last quarter of 2016 according to the Kenya Bankers Association - Housing Price Index (KBA-HPI).
Kenya is banking on the ongoing cricket season in India to market her tourism products and create interest for travel into the country among the Indians.
Nairobi, May 3rd, 2017…Crown Paints has become the first paint manufacturer in the region to introduce a comprehensive loyalty program targeted at painters and ‘fundis’ aspiring to be professional painters.
NAIROBI, 4 May, 2017 – The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI), the pan African investment and commercial risk insurance provider posted record results for the sixth consecutive year endingDecember 2016.
Nairobi: May 4, 2017: Following a deterioration in March, conditions in the Kenyan private sector broadly stabilised in April,the Stanbic Bank - HIS Markit Purchasing Manager’s Index has shown.
Nairobi, Kenya: 3 May 2017–The Kenyan Government has provided a vote of confidence in theimplementation of the Huduma Card in the country, and its role in driving financial inclusion.
Nairobi, May 8th 2017……Equity Bank has once again emerged as the top Overall Bank at the Think Business Banking Awards 2017, stamping its authority as a market leader in the financial space in Kenya and the East African Region.
May 3rd, 2017… NIC Bank Group saw its Pre-tax profit remain flat year on year at KES 1.37 billion, for the first quarter of 2017, compared to KES 1.40 billion the prior year.
3rd May, 2017… NIC Bank announces to its stakeholders the conclusion and handover process following the end of its mandate as the Asset and Liability Consultant for IBLIR.
Nairobi, May 3rd, 2017 – The adoption of Chip and PIN technology is a step forward in mitigating fraud, according to a study by the Kenya Bankers Association, the banking industry umbrella body.