Firm Plunges Executive Training Leering at 30m Birr Investment

Feb 11 , 2023

A private company based in Addis Abeba in partnership with a Kenyan firm eyes investing up to 30 million Br to launch executive courses. The proposed curriculum and venue of the training centre are under negotiation, disclosed Addis Alemayehu, chairman of Kazana Group. Incorporated three years ago, Kazana Group is known for mobilising funding for startup businesses. Last month, Kazana launched a start-up investment scheme dubbed  Angel Syndicate to make investment accessible, connect capital with entrepreneurs and help founders be internationally competitive. The Kenyan-based Strathmore Business School signed a deal with Capital Business School, a private centre under Kazana, in June last year. Caesar Mwangi (PhD), head of Strathmore, said the partnership aims to establish a well-organized centre for the provision of executive education. He pledged to include in the courses, extensive case studies and discussion-based methods delivered online and in person.



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