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2011 Top 100 Mid-Sized East African Companies at SBS

  Oct 3, 2011

‘Service firms dominate 2011 Top 100 SMEs.’ This was the message delivered at the Top 100 Conference held at Strathmore Business School on 6th October 2011.The Top 100 mid-sized companies Survey (‘Top 100 Survey’) is an initiative of KPMG East Africa and the Nation Media Group.

The conference was opened by the chief guest and transport minister, Amos Kimunya who gave a key not address on One Market, More Opportunities. Discussions on the Kenya Top 100 2011 survey findings were done by representatives from Standard Chatered Bank, Sage Pastel and Nairobi Stock Exchange.

Dr. George Njenga, Principal – Strathmore Business School (SBS) in his presention of the business school introduced the CEOs of the 2011 Top 100 companies who were alumni of SBS. They include Capital Colours Creative Design Ltd, Lee Construction Ltd, Trans Business Machines and Planning Interiors Ltd.

The top 100 winners in this year’s survey will be unveiled at a gala dinner at Carnivore Gardens on 7th October 2011.

The survey is sponsored by Strathmore Business School, Standard Chartered Bank, Sage Pastel, Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) and Synovate.

About Top 100

The Survey was first launched in Kenya in 2008, in Uganda in 2009 and in Tanzania in 2010. The Survey focuses on fast growing mid-sized companies in recognition of the fact that the SME sector is a key contributor to the economic growth of each of the East African countries.

Strathmore Business School (SBS) has been the knowledge partner of this worthy survey. The theme of the Top 100 Mid-Sized Companies survey is ‘One Market. More Opportunities’, which is driven by the East African Market protocol, which seeks to have the countries lying within East Africa, operate as one common market – which will yield immense opportunities for the businesses represented.

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