David Osore joins africon as a Junior Consultant

We are excited to announce the latest addition to our team. David Osore joins our Kenya office as a Junior Consultant.

Kenya, often called the “Gateway to East Africa,” is a country that has great economic potential. The nation’s economy has steadily grown, making significant strides in various sectors, such as agriculture, manufacturing, tourism, and technology. Nairobi, its capital city, has emerged as a regional hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, earning the nickname “Silicon Savannah” due to its thriving tech ecosystem. Kenya’s strategic location and well-developed infrastructure have attracted multinational companies and fostered a conducive environment for businesses to flourish.

This has motivated africon to add another team member to the Nairobi office. As a Junior Consultant, David Osore’s role will be crucial in navigating this dynamic business landscape. His expertise in analysing market trends, identifying growth opportunities, and understanding consumer behaviours will be a great addition to the team. David is a seasoned digital native passionate about technology and the constant innovation that shapes our world. He is enthusiastic about Africa and is keen on the opportunities that the continent has to offer. With over 5 years of experience building businesses in Africa through sustainable business development, he has had the chance to work with various firms in industries such as technology, automotive, airlines, product stores, and manufacturing.

David holds a master’s degree in commerce from Strathmore University, specialising in Strategic Management. He focused on sustainable business growth and scaling based on available and untapped opportunities.

“I am very excited to be part of the africon talented team. I look forward to exploring more about Africa’s potential in different sectors and positioning the continent as a favourable market for global firms”, David notes.

We are delighted to have David Osore as part of the africon team, and we look forward to witnessing his contributions to our mission of bridging potentials.

Geschrieben von Jean Wandimi

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