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"Most of these SMEs are family owned enterprises and for that matter keeping in view the typical style of management adopted by Pakistani businessmen, the importance of learning about new concepts get manifold," he asserted.
Chief executive, Jacqueline Woiso, said, 'Our business is focused on family owned enterprises and this strategy has provided us with a very clear direction on understanding the business requirements of the Kenyan market which, even in our original market in Tanzania, are family-owned businesses.'
The business landscape in Kenya is akin to that of Tanzania, which is dominated by family owned enterprises. As such, Kenya holds a very large potential for growth in this segment, especially as not a single bank in Kenya at present is fully focused on this segment.
Through this conference, MSM is targeting to mobilise the largest possible number of officials from public shareholding companies, closed and family owned enterprises to present their experiences.