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KQ Chairman Michael Joseph To host Nairobi Business Leaders on Business Success

Left to right - Irene Gathiaka, Founder and CEO, Nairobi Business Forum with Catherine Karimi, CEO, of APA Life Assurance Limited who complete the partnership agreement to host one of Kenya’s pinnacle business figures, Michael Joseph. The free insightful session will take place on Wednesday 25 January 2023 at the Sarit Expo Centre, Westlands at 17:30.

The APA Apollo Group and the Nairobi Business Forum have teamed up to host Michael Joseph, Chairman of Kenya Airways and former Chairman and CEO of Safaricom, who will share his insights on business success as the economy recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic and the general election.

The free informative session will take place on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at 17:30 at the Sarit Expo Centre in Westlands.

“With no lecture and no power point, Michael will get the audience thinking, engaged, and presenting in a way that everyone can relate to and learn from,” said Catherine Karimi, CEO of APA Life Assurance Limited.

“Everyone who attends will leave knowing they learned something useful for their business,” she added.

According to the most recent Stanbic Bank Kenya Purchasing Managers’ Index, the economy is recovering.

According to the November 2022 index, Kenyan businesses saw increased demand for their exports in the international market in November 2022.

The index discovered that the increase in export orders continued from October figures, having increased in each month since April 2022.

Simultaneously, new order inflows to Kenyan businesses increased in November, extending the current growth sequence to three months. The rate of increase accelerated from the previous survey period, but it was still modest and slower than the long-run trend. Survey panelists frequently mentioned new clients and improved cash flow when rising new orders were recorded.

Overall, output levels in Kenyan businesses increased in November, following a slight decrease in October. According to the PMI survey, the upturn was only the third recorded in 2022 so far. Panelists attributed the increase primarily to a faster increase in new jobs and favorable weather. Construction and agriculture led the way in November, according to sector data.

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