Summer Calendar

Up comings events

What ICT can do for your business: besides make you a multi-millionaire – A talk by Jonathan Somen, Access Kenya CEO.

Uchumi anniversary: One year after the company was shut down, the receiver manager will on May 31, explain the way forward to shareholders

Welcome to Kenya: June 1 sees the arrival of CNBC broadcasts and Virgin Atlantic air services

Rhino Charge: The 2007 Kenya Rhino Charge presumably in the Kerio Valley, June 1 – 3

TED Global in Arusha: Dubbed Africa: The Next Chapter, June 4-7.

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Kenya’s premier rugby event: June 8 – 10

Satellite & wireless conference: The African Satellite & Wireless Broadband Conference & VoIP Forum at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, 11-13 June with the theme of “Broadband bridges across Africa: First and last mile solutions.”

Get ready for election 2007: June 30 is the deadline for public servants (employees of government, local authorities, academia, parastatals, judiciary, military, others) who intend to contest for parliamentary seats in this years election to resign from their jobs.

Meet the President: A business roundtable with Kenyan government leaders on July 17 & 18 in Nairobi. Speakers include H. E. President Mwai Kibaki and Ministers Amos Kimunya, Mukhisa Kituyi, and John Koech

Africa investor Awards : The 2007 awards will be handed down on 8 November in Lagos, Nigeria. Kenyan nominees short listed include;
– The Nairobi Stock Exchange for Best African Stock Exchange
– Kengen for Best African IPO (also in the running is Stanbic Uganda)
– African Alliance for Best Africa Research Team
– Kenya Commercial Bank for Best Ai 40 company

4 thoughts on “Summer Calendar

  1. The National Centre for Research on White Collar Crime

    I doubt very much that KENGEN should be awarded for best African IPO, mostly because its share price has tumbled, but more fundamentally because it has been generally expressed that KENGEN promoted its IPO based on the rushed assumption that it would get a better pricing on the electricity it sells to KPLC.
    The fact that the Government has now suspended any further sale of KENGEN shares is an admission that KENGEN does not deserve this award.

  2. bankelele

    Pseudo-Independent: likewise

    NCRWCC: The initial Kengen offer was ok, but the main shareholder did not honor an obligation and changed goalposts after which
    affected the share performance afterwards.
    – Virgin should do ok, maybe connect with SA and Nigeria

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