CAPTURE YOUR FOOTBALL MOMENTS WITH OPPO A77s

Global technology brand, OPPO Kenya has announced the launch of #A77sFootballMoments set to inspire Kenyan football fans to capture their most memorable and inspirational football moments this football season. As a continued partnership with football star David “cheche” Ochieng, OPPO is calling upon Kenyan football fans to take part in the #A77sFootballMomments challenge and stand a chance to win a OPPO A77s ; the brand’s latest addition to the OPPO A series. To participate, fans can capture their perfect moments, showing off a cool football move, follow @OPPO Kenya Instagram…

LIPA LATER GROUP ACQUIRES SKY.GARDEN, ONE OF EAST AFRICA’S LEADING E-COMMERCE PLATFORMS

 Lipa Later Group, has acquired SkyGarden in a move that re-energizes our commitment to bridging the gap between the merchant and a customer with more empowerment between both parties, merchant and customer, stellar service, stellar tech, and revamped strategies that promise to disrupt the industry. This acquisition of SkyGarden by Lipa Later marks an important milestone in the group’s goal to offer innovative solutions that meet the needs of businesses and consumers. This move will enable Lipa Later to expand our customer base and solidify our presence in the market.…

LG to train building professionals in innovative systems

LG Electronics has partnered with the University of Nairobi (UoN) to train engineers, architects, contractors and other building professionals in the latest Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) innovations. The deal will see LG revamp its Engineering academy and rebrand its showroom as it eyes growth in sales of its innovative HVAC inverter technology, directly targeting professionals in the construction industry, while enhancing technical skills in the local market. According to LG East Africa Managing Director, Sa Nyoung Kim, there is a large gap in the local market both in…

How to Capture Your Football Moments And Win The Sh30,000 With OPPO A77s

Global technology brand, OPPO Kenya has announced the launch of #A77sFootballMoments set to inspire Kenyan football fans to capture their most memorable and inspirational football moments this football season. As a continued partnership with football star David “cheche” Ochieng, OPPO is calling upon Kenyan football fans to take part in the #A77sFootballMomments challenge and stand a chance to win a OPPO A77s ; the brand’s latest addition to the OPPO A series. To participate, fans can capture their perfect moments, showing off a cool football move, follow @OPPO Kenya Instagram…

Samsung Electronics East Africa Partners With Hyundai Motors To Incentivise Customers

Hyundai Motors announced a new bundle deal with Samsung electronics for a revamp customer proposition. Their Hyundai Palisade will be bundled with the 75” Neo QLED 8K TV worth Ksh. 799,995/-, while the Hyundai Santa Fe will be bundled with the 75” Neo QLED 4K TV worth Ksh. 429,995/-. This partnership is set to run while stocks last, in a bid to appreciate customers who make showroom purchases. Terms and Conditions apply The partnership between the two Korean companies demonstrates their long-term plans and common goal of establishing a strong…

SBM Bank Launches a “Spend and Win” Campaign for its Customers

he SBM Bank has launched a three-month utilization campaign among users of its SBM prepaid, credit, and debit cards dubbed “Spend and Win” Campaign in an effort to promote the use of these cards. The campaign, championed by SBM Bank’s Card business department is set to run for three months, starting in November and continuing through the December Festive season through to the Back-to-School season in January. Speaking during the launch, Paul Kaguru, Head of Alternate Channels explained said, “The Spend and Win Campaign aims to encourage current SBM Bank…

Former Jumia Executives Launch Kapu, An E-Commerce Platform To Help Consumers Save On Their Daily Groceries Spend

Former Jumia executives have today launched a new e-commerce company “Kapu” that allows customers in cities to shop and save on their weekly grocery basket, hence working towards the company’s mission to bring down the cost of living for consumers. Kapu’s model is designed for the Kenyan customer. Customers buy the products they usually buy, i the quantities they want. The range is larger than the kiosk, including quality produce from Kenyan farms, and at wholesale prices. Goods are delivered for free the next day, to a Kapu Agent collection…

Samsung Electronics East Africa Partners With Hyundai Motors To Incentivize Customers

Hyundai Motors announced a new bundle deal with Samsung electronics for a revamp customer proposition. Their Hyundai Palisade will be bundled with the 75” Neo QLED 8K TV worth Ksh. 799,995/-, while the Hyundai Santa Fe will be bundled with the 75” Neo QLED 4K TV worth Ksh. 429,995/-. This partnership is set to run while stocks last, in a bid to appreciate customers who make showroom purchases. Terms and Conditions apply The partnership between the two Korean companies demonstrates their long-term plans and common goal of establishing a strong…

LG to train building professionals in innovative systems

LG is investing in building local capacity in installation, trouble shooting and maintenance as it seeks to differentiate itself with a better customer experience.  LG Electronics has partnered with the University of Nairobi (UoN) to train engineers, architects, contractors and other building professionals in the latest Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) innovations. The deal will see LG revamp its Engineering academy and rebrand its showroom as it eyes growth in sales of its innovative HVAC inverter technology, directly targeting professionals in the construction industry, while enhancing technical skills in…

How to manage your money and improve your finances

By Ivan Kanyali   Personal finance and financial goal setting in Kenya, is a popular topic in December – as many Kenyans begin to reflect on the year that was and create savings goals for the year ahead.   Typically there is an increased pressure to spend in the last quarter of the year, with Christmas holidays and the financial obligations that occur in January as schools reopen. A survey done by WorldRemit in August shows that, on average, Kenyan families paid more than 1.75 times their household monthly income…