Implementation of deals and partnerships forged during The Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) that took place mid this year has been a challenge.
Deals worth billions of shillings were struck, valuable contacts exchanged and vital networks built in aiding more than 4,000 entrepreneurs worldwide succeed in business.
It was expected that going forward, local small traders would immediately reap big, but that has not been the case.
More than five months later, local entrepreneurs still do not have access to the Sh100 billion pledged at the summit. Read more. Source | Daily Nation