The bus slowly drove into the city as the outlying suburbs gave way to cheap tenements that straddled the Atlantic, each claiming its right to exist against the backdrop of New York City’s superlative skyline. In a few minutes, the journey would be over with and I would breathe a ...Read More
It is a common thing to hear students and job-seekers complain about the fact that employers need them to have several years of experience, something they barely possess. Even with the best grades and outstanding skills, most employers are always keen on hiring people with hands-on experience. This is largely because of the ...Read More
It is always beautiful seeing young people interested in careers, actively engaging in forums focused on entrepreneurship and employability. If I remember correctly, and I do, career fairs or anything career-related back in school were depressingly sparsely populated, lacking even the barest tinge of intrigue for Generation Y. Students never glanced at the ...Read More
Project Management is a fairly new phenomenon in the Kenyan property development industry that is slowly overturning the divided system of various specialized consultancies in past years. It is the discipline of carefully projecting or planning, organizing, motivating and controlling resources to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria.
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Real estate development can only be conceptualized if there is land, without land there is no real estate. This is because of the premise of property law that the ownership of land permeates to any development that may arise from it. Suffice to say that where there is a problem ...Read More