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My ambition is to help adopt and accelerate Kenya’s digital transformation agenda – Kendi Nderitu

Kendi Nderitu, Microsoft Country Manager for Kenya says "My ambition is to collaborate with the public and private sector to help adopt and accelerate Kenya’s digital transformation agenda". Kendi Ntwiga-Nderitu shared this ambition speaking to Nation Africa in an interview on her career journey. She notes her career journey's ups and

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Microsoft hires 200 software engineers to work in Kenya ADC

Microsoft announced the launch of its global skills initiative in Kenya today. At the event, Kenya Country Manager, Kendi Ntwiga-Nderitu, disclosed the company has so far hired about 200 software engineers at the Kenya Africa Development Center (ADC) site. The company earlier mentioned plans to recruit 500 software engineers by

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Microsoft Global Skills Initiative formally launches in Kenya

Microsoft officially launches its Global Skills Initiative program in Kenya today. The announcement comes as the company unveils a private sector partnership agreement with Stanbic Kenya and the Kenya Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development. The partnership aims to enhance the employability of Kenyan citizens through digital upskilling to

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Stanbic, Microsoft initiative to put 2K Kenya youth in jobs by the end of 2021

Two thousand unemployed youths in Kenya are set to gain employment after taking part in a digital skills initiative. Led by Stanbic Kenya, Microsoft Kenya and the Kenya Ministry of Trade, Industrialization and Enterprise Development. The digital skills initiative seeks to upskill about 50,000 people affected by the covid-19 pandemic

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Kenyan graduates, interns to receive Microsoft training and certification

Microsoft Kenya announces that over two thousand three hundred Kenyan graduates and interns will receive Microsoft training and certification by the end of this month. The initiative by the company is aimed at closing the skills gap. As well as prepare the students for the world of work after college.

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Apply! Microsoft opens application for the next cohort of LEAP program in Kenya

Are you a female computer science, IT, or computer science-related course graduate? Or do you have six months or more coding experience? Apply to participate in the next software engineering cohort of the Microsoft LEAP Engineering Acceleration apprenticeship Program in Kenya. The LEAP Engineering Acceleration Program is a Microsoft initiative

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HBR, Microsoft equip Kenyan top managers with tech skills at CFOs Roundtable

Microsoft Kenya and Harvard Business Review, HBR, host Kenyan CFO’s and COO’s at the Harvard Business CFOs Roundtable. The event sought to educate and highlight how these executives can improve corporate performance using advanced technologies. Conversations also included opportunities and possibilities rising in the digital transformation era for the finance

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Microsoft hosts Campus Connect Summit in Nairobi, Kenya

The first Campus Connect Summit, A Microsoft Education Partner Summit takes place in Nairobi. Microsoft hosted a 2 day education partner summit in Nairobi at the Villa Rosa kempinski hotel. The event brought together over a hundred Microsoft education partners, educators and from across the country. Preparing graduates for 21st Century panel

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