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Oct29

WITH THE NEW VAT RATES – ARE WE STILL ON COURSE FOR VISION 2030?

There is this lady, a former primary school teacher, who keeps layers and until the introduction of the new VAT rate she was selling 12 trays of eggs per day at Ksh. 280 per tray hence making a sales volume of Ksh. 100800 per month. Her net profits fluctuated between 50k and 60k per month. Compared to her counterparts who are still in the teaching profession earning Ksh, 20 000 per month she was a lot better. In fact she had created both direct and indirect employment (in her own business and beyond).

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Oct22

COUNTY ENTREPRENUERSHIP

The role of entrepreneurship in development is today axiomatic. What is not universally accepted is the definition of entrepreneurship. On the very loose end entrepreneurship is defined as the process of identifying a business opportunity and pursuing it for profit. Somewhere in the middle is the definition that entrepreneurship is the capacity and willingness to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with any of its risks in order to make a profit. The most obvious example of entrepreneurship being the starting of a new growth oriented business. At the strict end is the definition that entrepreneurship is the process of creating or seizing an opportunity, and pursuing it regardless of the resources currently controlled.

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Jul18

TEACHERS STRIKE

TEACHERS’ STRIKE – “ALL IS WELL THAT ENDS WELL”.

Shakespeare’s All's Well That Ends Well written in 1605 had a message - an event that has a good ending is good even if some things went wrong along the way. I am happy some middle ground for teachers’ has been found. Where I come from we say – “obiya enjusi wabiya engokho” which translates to “blame the fox but blame the hen too” i.e. as much as you blame the fox for snatching your hen you should also blame the hen for straying away.

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Jul15

RECOMMENDATION LETTER

REPUBLIC OF KENYA

MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIALIZATION AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

 

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15TH JULY 2013

 

 

 

 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

The purpose of this letter is to express my complete satisfaction with the consulting services provided by Prof. Henry M. Bwisa of Mukmik Consultants to the Ministry of Co-operatives and Marketing.

In 2009 the ministry planned and held a national co-operative delegates conference. We head-hunted Prof. Henry M. Bwisa of Mukmik Consultants and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and assigned him the task of producing a paper for a key note speech. Prof. Bwisa undertook research that produced an excellent paper that captured the concerns of virtually every stakeholder in the co-operative movement of the country

Following his successful first job and owing to popular demand, we again engaged Prof. Bwisa when we undertook province to province conferences in 2010. Prof. Bwisa undertook provincial researches and produced customized papers for each province articulating the specific provincial issues and mountainwest apothecary, cialis strategies to address them.

Prof. Bwisa has a firm grasp of the SWOT technique of strategic planning which he cleverly employed to design customized strategies for every province, and in particular, strategies for infusing entrepreneurship into the co-operative movement. He was able to work and produce results within very short deadlines and sometimes under very challenging conditions.

Prof. Bwisa’s presentation skills and techniques are excellent. He was able to effectively communicate and deliver to even the lowest levels of co-operators. His ability to generate opportunities that were otherwise overlooked in the provinces helped many participants discover new opportunities.

With regard to client and peer interaction, Bwisa always receives the highest praise. Overall, Prof. Bwisa is very easy to work with and quickly adapts to new environments and mixes well with all and sundry. Prof. Bwisa is able to communicate his technical ideas with both technical and non-technical personnel alike. He works well with difficult people and performs well under stress. I have no doubt in my mind when I hereby recommend Prof. Bwisa to anyone looking for a management consultant.

Yours respectfully,

Deputy Commissioner for Co-operative Development

 

 
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Entrepreneurship is the practice of starting new organizations or revitalizing mature organizations, particularly new businesses generally in response to identified opportunities. Entrepreneurship is often a difficult undertaking, as a vast majority of new businesses fail.

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