Hennessy Partners With Bartenders In Support of The Hospitality Industry

Hennessy launched an initiative dubbed #Hennessymyway to support the hospitality industry during venue closures and restrictions. Bartenders in Kenya and around the world were engaged to create Hennessy cocktails in a video of fewer than 30 seconds, keeping them inspired and creative while at home. Hennessy made the commitment to financially support its partners in need all over the world. Especially those who have always served their products with passion. Speaking about the initiative, Alexandre Helaine – Moet Hennessy Market Manager Eastern Africa said “Across the globe, we see the…

More than three-quarters of polled Africans report income falls due to COVID-19

More than three-quarters of polled Africans report income falls on COVID-19Informal and low-income earners hit hardest as unemployment surges in Ivory Coast, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, and South Africa  A five-nation survey by GeoPoll in Sub-Saharan Africa has found that 60 per cent of those employed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic have not been able to work as a result of the outbreak, and nearly half of those are unsure if they will have jobs to go back to. An even larger proportion, at four out of five of those polled…

Hennessy Partners With Bartenders In Support of The Hospitality Industry

Hennessy has launched an initiative dubbed #Hennessymyway to support the hospitality industry during venue closures and restrictions. Bartenders in Kenya and around the world were engaged to create Hennessy cocktails in a video of fewer than 30 seconds, keeping them inspired and creative while at home. Hennessy made the commitment to financially support its partners in need all over the world. Especially those who have always served their products with passion. Speaking about the initiative, Alexandre Helaine – Moet Hennessy Market Manager Eastern Africa said “Across the globe, we see…

Cold season boost for frontline health workers

Nestlé Kenya has moved to provide a hot beverage break for frontline health workers managing COVID-19 patients by installing Nescafé vending machines at Kenyatta University Hospital and the Infectious Disease Unit at Mbagathi Hospital. The project, which has been undertaken in association with Kenya Healthcare Federation, will see over 200 health workers plus administration staff enjoy unlimited number of servings of their favorite hot beverage daily. The machines will provide a selection of seven (7) hot beverages including: Nestlé Nescafé Cappuccino, Nestlé Nescafé Mochaccino, Nestlé Hot Chocolate, Nestlé Nestea Cardamom…