Creative’s Meet Up: Start up 101-ABC’s of Running your Business? Mar. 25 2012 @ iHub

March 21, 2012 at 2:32 pm Leave a comment

With the world now rating Kenya as the 2nd place to watch for innovation and creative developments, alot of interest and opportunities are being availed to the various “startup” communities to enable this. Despite this there is a dearth in basic understanding of what keeps a business running in this region (East Africa) in the global age- which is why you are ALL invited!

Money Management which Githua breaks down so easily is the start and end of any business, however you cant make a move without knowing where you are going- ie Strategy and Gameplan which Steve gives the importance it deserves. Yet you may have the Steve Jobs/Michael Jackson of all innovative-groundbreaking creations but if no-one knows about it, and its not on the shelves- then it does NOT exist- which Gil will be handling in terms of Market Access.

Creativez are NOT African timers so come on time for this comfortable open-dialogue that will be moderated by (@Geishafire)  of “Networking In Heels” initiative.

For info or clarification kindly email TheCreativez@gbs.co.ke or tweet  on @TheCreativez or drop a line here https://www.facebook.com/pages/TheCreativez/328928143784107

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