Despite being a big brand as Kenya’s finest TV anchor, Betty Kyallo isn’t sitting in comfort for a moment.
Betty Kyallo has been a key celeb who used her social media platforms to market well her own businesses.
Here is a list of Betty Kyallo’s business ideas that are already flourish and minting money for her pockets
Betty Kyallo Closet – Opened in March 2021
Kenyan anchor Betty Kyallo is on a business opening spree.
Since her sacking from Mediamax owned K24 TV, Betty has now opened three business outlets
The latest one being her own clothe line closet.
Better known as Betty Kyallo Closet, the business targets high end fashion enthusiasts with samples of her dresses costing between Ksh. 5,000 and Ksh.10,000 in different sizes.
Despite announcing that she is back at KTN in march 2020, Betty is still interested in making her own money rather than being employed.
She is also the owner of a barbershop and a classy spa.
After Shave – Opened January 2021
Ex K24 and KTN anchor is not playing in 2021. And she means business.
As other sacked TV anchors and reporters are struggling to get employment, Betty is finding a place in Kenya’s beauty market.
The founder of top notch beauty parlour Flair by Betty has moved fast and launched a brother shop dedicated to men.
The high class barbershop is based in Nairobi’s posh area Upper Hill
Betty could not hide her joy on social media
Flair by Betty – Opened in June 2020
Betty Kyallo launched yet again her new salon in a two storey-building located in high end suburb Kilimani
Among the top celebs who graced the event, included Ida Odinga who was the main chief guest.
Flair By Betty is a high end salon that has been in business for close to three years, and is highly frequented buy rich in the city.
Betty made the mega launch few days after being fired from K24 TV