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Workshop on how to secure Government tenders at View Park Towers

The Social Impact Institute and Divine Schools Africa will host a one day workshop on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 for all suppliers and service providers on how to get tenders from the Government. The event will be held on the 15th Floor of View Park Towers along Utalii Street in Nairobi.

Attendees will be required to pay a fee of Sh2,500 (Inclusive of Lunch) to Till number 790654 or call the number 0729258141 for more information.

Divine Schools Africa is the first School in East and Central Africa to offer formal training in Event Management, Wedding Industry, Flower Arrangement and Fundraising courses.

Book keeping and tax compliance session at 14 Riverside Drive

Mettā Nairobi has collaborated with the accounting and tax firm, Kyle to host a session on basic accounting and the importance of tax compliance as a start-up. The event, which will be held at the Mettā headquarters on 14 Riverside Drive in Nairobi, will cover topics that include KRA registration, accounting for petty cash expenses and more. Attendees will learn how to structure their cash flow, their expenses and their tax compliance.

Mettā is a club designed for people and organizations that are passionate about changing the world through entrepreneurship and innovation. The members’ invite only platform connects startups, industry experts and investors, and has the singular purpose of driving tangible business value.

 

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