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‘LittleCab Ready Business Experience’ panel discussion at Nailab

Event organizer BAKE Business will on Thursday, July 14 host an affair dubbed the ‘LittleCab Ready Business Experience’, an interactive panel discussion on how to get Kenyan businesses to leverage on technology to drive efficiencies in their enterprises.

The event, which will be held at Nailab, along George Padmore Lane in Nairobi at 5:00 pm, seeks to demystify the concept of LittleCab, Safaricom’s taxi hailing service.

The conversation, which rides on the theme “Let’s get Kenyan Businesses Ready for the Future and Nairobi Riding A Little Better “,will be led by a robust interactive panel, including Kamal Budhabbatti – CEO and Founder of Craft Silicon, Joel Macharia – CEO and founder of Abacus and Klaire Muriithi – Brands and Communications Manager for Safaricom Business, among others.

Open lecture on ‘The Power of Magnanimity’ at Strathmore Business School

Strathmore Business School will on Tuesday July 12, host an event dubbed ‘Created for Greatness – The Power of Magnanimity’, an open lecture aimed at enabling attendees to improve their livlihoods.

Created for Greatness refers to a book by author Alexandre Havard that explains the virtue of magnanimity, which is the willingness to undertake great tasks.

Havard is also the founder of the Havard Virtuous Leadership Institute (HVLI), which promotes the classical virtues as the basis of effective leadership.

The affair will be held at 7:30 am at Strathmore Business School, along Ole Sangale Road in Nairobi.

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