7 Quotes From Kenya’s Best Successful Entrepreneurs

In Kenya, especial the leap year 2018, has seen a huge deficit in employment and the number of Jobs that are being created in each day.

This therefore demands a good number in job creators than job seekers. It will help at large.

We focus on some of the best job creators in Kenya in the year 2018 you should keep your tabs on and learn how to create a job for yourself.

Vimal Shah

He owns Bidco  which has branches across Kenya and other 16 African countries. He is such an entrepreneur to boot.

“Be a risk taker; be willing to put in extra hours to grow your business, and do not do it just for the money because financial success will not happen overnight.”

George Wachiuri

The owner of a real estate firm based in Nairobi, Optiven has been a good figure on how to start and run a business.

Here is his say.

“People buy people. You cannot run a successful business without people. Get the right team, train it and take care of it. Share your vision with your team. This will assist you in building a successful business,”

Julian Kyula

CEO of Mobile Decisioning Limited (Mo-de) – Mobile Decisioning Limited is the financial company that creates mobile wallets whereby Telco subscribers, such as those of Airtel, access nano cash or nano airtime, for instance Kopa Credo.

Chris Kirubi

“Set goals. Set goals for your business, set goals for your personal life, set goals in all areas of your life. This will give you a successful business and a successful life,” business magnate and serial entrepreneur Dr Chris Kirubi said in an August 2015 interview. Dr Kirubi is considered one of Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs, running several companies which include Capital Group Limited.

Bob Collymore

The CEO of Safaricom which is the leading mobile operator in sim subscription opines this when it comes to creating jobs.

“If you have the right vision, and you take the right steps, then success is inevitable,”

James Mworia

The CEO of Centum Investments, on making a business successful asked entrepreneurs to have commitment to results. “Many People either have results or reasons; decide today the kind of person you want to be’ one who delivers results or always has reasons for not having results. With results, success is the next step.”

Airtel Kenya’s CEO, Adil El Youssefi,

“You cannot give up on your dream just because you are facing challenges,” – Airtel is Kenya’s second biggest network and the world’s fourth.



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