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Footwear company discusses the opportunities it sees in Kenyan market

Published on April 11, 2016

Kenyan footwear retailer KShoe plans to open about 15 new stores within the next three years, targeting upper-middle-class shoppers. The chain currently operates six outlets located within Nairobi’s city centre, at upmarket shopping malls, and in a residential location outside the capital.

Owned by Nairobi Business Ventures, the company was set up by Indian-born entrepreneurs Vasu Abotula and Raj Srungarapu. The two initially imported and supplied footwear to wholesalers before eventually starting their own retailbusiness stocking shoes and leather accessories. Read more. Source | How we made it in Africa