Jun 3, 2016, posted by Lukasz Lukaszewski
How KLEAR will change the way people interact with finance
The concept of KLEAR is combination of two ideas. On one side there is a P2P Lending Platform and on the other side a Financial Education Platform.
Peer to Peer Lending Platform
Currently the situation on consumer finance markets is everything but transparent. Misleading advertising, complex products hiding high fees, huge credit protection premiums are allowing banks hide the big margin they harvest on simple act of connec...
Apr 25, 2016, posted by BrighterMonday BrighterMonday
The level of unemployment in Kenya is on an all-time high. This comes at a time when employers are advertising jobs on a daily basis, desperately searching to fill their vacant positions; and job seekers are daily searching for jobs. One would think that there would be a steady decrease in the unemployment rates, but recent statistics paint a different narrative. So why is there such a huge disconnect? This article will show factors that might have contributed to this situation.
1. Supply and...
Apr 6, 2016, posted by TheFounder Magazine
The assumption that merely being a university graduate guarantees easy passage into the job market is not entirely true. The unemployment rate stands at 40%, with the highest percentage among the youth between the ages of 18 and 34 according to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics. it takes a university graduate five years to get a job in Kenya according to the British funded study on unemployment and higher education
A report released by the Commission for Higher Education informs us that...
Mar 28, 2016, posted by Georgi Georgiev
What is Fintech? Is it payments, is it money transfers, is it online banking?
An infographic from Dr-discount Netherlands and Singapore start-up Call Levels explores the Fintech sector further. Read on!
Design by Gutcher Germany
Mar 21, 2016, posted by Lilia Stoyanov, CEO @ Transformify
Let me tell you a quick story...
...about a social conscious businessman named Steve.
Steve didn’t want to remain passive when it came to making the world a better place to live. He wanted to take an active part in helping to improve conditions for others, while at the same time, optimize his own processes and business needs.
Steve was the real deal. He really cared and sincerely wanted to be a socially responsible employer who made a difference.