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Nakuru business gurus trained to provide consultancy to companies

Nakuru County business enterprises are set to benefit from enhanced business skills after the completion of a specialised training programme for trainers.

The training has equipped them with the tools and knowledge to provide consultancy services to the companies within Nakuru County.

The programme organised by Nakuru County Government in collaboration with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Kenya Institute of Business Training (KIBIT) executed onsite businesses consultancy and training on selected companies within the County.

County Chief Officer for Trade Benard Sang noted that the move will tremendously benefit enterprises to realise growth and development especially in good business management, increased quality productivity, increased sales and improved financial management.

The Chief Officer who was speaking during the certification of the trainers urged those trained to continue with the business consultancy in other companies or enterprises in the County to enable them achieve economic stability.

Sang emphasised the importance of customer care for front business employees since they play a critical role in the showcasing of products and their attitude and trait determine whether the client moves to the next stage of purchasing.

He commended the local business communities who have worked extremely hard to make Nakuru city attractive and competitive for various businesses, hence encouraging other international and regional companies to want a share of the city.

The Chief Officer said that the county is now known as an important tourism destination mainly because of the high-quality hotels which have maintained international standards by continuous improvement of their facilities, especially the cuisine and accommodation.   

Trainer Candidates include Trade Development officers Monica Sitin and Tabitha Kibithe, Cooperatives officers George Ogalo and Alex Muchemi.

By Veronica Bosibori

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