Sunday, August 9, 2009

Kenya Open 4 Business Dot Com



The 2nd Kenya Diaspora International Conference, Building a Knowledged-Based Economy, is just two weeks away. As a member of the organizing committee I am thrilled to once again, share our phenomenal list of speakers.

I encourage you to attend this premier conference and business networking event!

The Kenya ICT Board has identified the Digital Content Industry as the most important area of growth in the ICT sector in the creation of a viable World Class knowledge-based economy. The Board therefore has developed this strategy to capitalise on this opportunity. Come and listen to Dr. Bitange Ndemo, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Information & Communications deliver the keynote address: Building a Knowledge-Based Society in Kenya.

In addition, Strathmore University-Strathmore Business School has teaching and consultancy positions. Come hear Dr. Mungai, Dean, Strathmore Business School and Dr. Marwanga, Dean, Faculty of Information Tech discuss the possibilities.

Kenya is positioning herself as the Business Process Outsourcing destination of Africa. Come listen to Matt Jackson, Consulting Partner, Global Business Consulting, Cushman & Wakefield discuss Global Location Strategy: Considerations Driving the Selection of Locations for Contact Center and Shared Service Operations.

In addition, Dr. James Wanjagi, will discuss Accelerating Economic Development in Kenya through BPO's and Online Education

Mr. Michael Joseph, CEO of Safaricom Limited a company that, according to its recent annual report had a revenue of 70.4b ($915 million) and a pre tax profit of 15.3billion ($198 million), will talk about Innovation & Customer Service: The Keys to Staying Ahead.

Visit our conference website to view the conference program and our line of phenomenal speakers.

In the meantime, Dr. Akanmu Adeboya outgoing Executive Director for the Institute for Global Initiatives at Kennesaw State University talks about Global Initiatives and the Diaspora, and our 1st Kenya Diaspora conference here.

REGISTER today! Karibuni! We look forward to hosting you in Atlanta.

Mama Shujaa.

2 comments:

  1. So this is what is keeping you busy. I hope you find time for your writing too.

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  2. This is what some government officials are putting forward as an economic development idea in Puerto Rico, too. They say that since PR has so many college graduates, the population needs to find another income base. I don't really understand how it works. Have a successful conference!

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