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Chase Debate: What Next After the Global Entrepreneurship Summit?

31 Jul , 2015  

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Last week, Kenya became the first Sub-Saharan nation to host the much coveted Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). We hyped it, talked about it, and it eventually happened, but what’s important, is that it played a more significant role to our country economically (Click To Tweet). Today’s Chase Debate sought to find out what the next course […]

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Part 2: #TheGoodHabit Series

21 Jul , 2015  

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They say, “A journey of a thousand miles, starts with one single step.” It doesn’t matter how small, infrequent, wide, or long the step is because at the end of the day, all that matters is the fact that you had the courage and drive to take that one step. It may not mean much […]

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Business, Lifestyle, Youth Banking

Chase Bank Partners with Centonomy for the Youth.

20 Jul , 2015  

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This month, we primarily focus on ensuring that our youth (Evolvers) are building habits that rewards them so that they can experience financial freedom early in life. Through the habits we develop over time, it’s easy to either become a slave or the master of your money – and the choice is yours. We have […]

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Chase Debate: Understanding Retail Credit.

29 Jun , 2015  

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During this month’s Chase Debate (26th June 2014), we were discussing the topic “Understanding Retail Credit. How and when to capitalize on it.” This was inline with Kenya Bankers Authority’s theme of the month, “Credit Demand and Accessibility.” Retail Credit is a financing method which provides loan services to individual consumers. Retail credit facilities lend funds […]

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What You Need To Know About Credit Cards?

26 Jun , 2015  

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There’s usually a misconception that credit cards are there to make you a slave of the bank, because of the interest rates and charges associated with its use. However, as with any debt, it’s about how you manage it, from how you use it to how you service it. If well managed, the credit card […]

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Interview: Women in Entrepreneurship on AM Live.

7 May , 2015  

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This morning, we were graced with the beauty and conversation of two ladies, Marianne Nyangi and Rita Oyier on AM Live, NTV. Hosted by Sheila Mwanyigha. They were talking about women in entrepreneurship and access to funds. To watch the video, click this link:- http://www.reelforge.com/reelmediad/video/2723533. Meet Marianne Nyangi. Marianne Nyangi is the Head of Chase Woman at Chase Bank. […]

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Chase Woman Offers Affordable Lending Rates for Women Entrepreneurs.

5 May , 2015  

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Financial constraints are known to be an age old challenge for entrepreneurs and are deemed to represent one of the highest barriers for businesses looking to start up and grow. It becomes an even bigger issue for women entrepreneurs because according to a report by IFC, the average growth rate of women’s enterprises is significantly lower […]

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Is your Financial Priority to Plan for your Money Better?

25 Feb , 2015  

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In order to be able to plan for your money better, you need to work with something called a budget. To create a budget, you need to grab a note book, and list down your expected income and expenses for a given period in the future. It can be done weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly, […]

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