Published On: January 17, 2022|Categories: News|

On Sunday 9th January 2022, Strathmore University Business School co-sponsored this year’s Sigovilla golf tournament at the Sigona Golf Club in partnership with Finaltus Limited. The tournament brought together over 260 corporate chiefs and entrepreneurs for a networking session over a round of golf.

African countries are richly endowed with natural resources and need to leverage on each other’s strengths even as they work towards developing themselves and the continent at large. The solutions for Africa are in Africa. Speaking during the event, Dr. George Njenga, SBS Executive Dean, emphasized the need for Africans to co-create African solutions by working together and capitalizing on the strengths that each country brings to the table.

Speaking during the prize giving session, Paul Kamau, the Chief Executive Officer of Finaltus Ventures Limited said that he was happy to have co-hosted this year’s Sigovilla Golf Tournament with Strathmore University Business School (SBS).  He further highlighted the importance of working together as corporate business leaders and entrepreneurs in today’s business environment as a means to improve the economic growth of our country and Africa as a whole.

After an exciting day playing golf, the winners walked away with great prizes!

About the Global CEO Africa Programme

Our Global CEO Africa Programme is designed for corporate chiefs and aims to enhance their strategic vision and equip them with new tools to navigate disruptive trends that could impact their business operations. Furthermore, this Programme brings together business leaders to co-create African leadership solutions as they individually transform their organisations. May 2022 intake is ongoing! Learn more here

About the Owner Manager Programme

The Owner Manager Programme (OMP) is specifically designed for Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors of their own companies and Senior Executives who are major equity stakeholders in medium-sized companies. This Programme aims to equip business founders and owners with skills to analyze and fine-tune their businesses, identify and overcome roadblocks, and give them the tools to move their businesses to the next level. February 2022 intake is ongoing! Learn more here

Article by Juliet Hinga

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