A Winning Business Plan

Business plan competition Winner. Gatumia Gatumia.
The winning moment. Assistant Minister for Industrialization Mr. Ndiritu Mureithi presents the trophy to Gatumia Gatumia, the overall winner of the 2011 Chase Bank, Enablis, ILO Business Launchpad Competition.

And the Winner for best ICT Business Plan and Overall Best Business Plan in the 2011 Edition of the Chase Bank, Enablis, International Labour Organization (ILO) Business Launchpad Competition is Gatumia Gatumia of RECON-Digital. We are tremendously happy about this achievement and we are keenly working to implement our strategy. This is yet another step towards our vision of becoming, “A World where there is plenty of African Animation for all to enjoy”.

And the winner is Gatumia Gatumia.
And the winner, for best overall business plan, is Gatumia Gatumia of RECON-Digital.

“Participating in the Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad competition has been one of those life changing experiences for me. I met brilliant and courageous Kenyans keen to take up the responsibility of wealth creation in this country. These men and women are willing to invest the necessary time and effort to turn their ideas into actionable business plans which I hope will spawn successful businesses. The sponsors, organizers and training partner (Inoorero University) have done an amazing job and I say thank you to them. The impact of this initiative will certainly have a profound effect on many individuals, businesses, communities and probably the country at large. It was Awesome! “, said Gatumia.

RECON-Digital. Bringing African Animation to the World.