In a world where accessing new markets is a key driver to growth, how can women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises be successful in international business? Read More
“…I shall be telling this with a sigh somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference.”
ENTREPRENEUR Jyoti Mukherjee is the Founder and Managing Director of the highly successful Software Technologies Limited, which is one of the largest software providers in the region, now employing over 100 professionals. Read More
Interview with Jyoti Murkhejee, CEO of Software Technologies
How do you access your sector as of 2016? How do your company compare to competitors?
The Kenya ICT sector has really grown tremendously in the last five to seven years. Especially, we were recognized when M-Pesa came into the world and people started looking at Kenya, “Wow, innovative products can come from Kenya.” But SDL started in 1991 with five people and I had a goal of growing this company. Read More
The top 100 mid-sized companies survey should be extended beyond Kenya’s borders to ensure that participants grow from small to large firms, past winners have said. Read More
For many female entrepreneurs the business world was once dominated by the male force, but as every day goes by, successful female entrepreneurs are proving they have what it takes to be at the top of their industry.
Here’s a list of five successful female entrepreneurs:
Together with her husband, Jyoti Mukherjee opened a printing supplies shop in Nairobi in the 1980s after moving to Kenya from India. In 1991 she started Software Technologies Limited (STL), Read More
From Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd of March, there was the 4th Long Weekend of the 4th edition of the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship at Tangaza University College in Nairobi. Read More
Jyoti Murkhejee, CEO Software Technologies has won the Ernest and Young (EY) Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 Awards in the Emerging category at a regional ceremony. Read More
The search for the region’s best entrepreneurs has reached the definitive stage, with the naming of seven finalists, among whom four are women.
The short-listed business people are to compete in the Eastern Africa chapter of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards (EOYA), Read More
Directors of firms listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange are turning to technology to monitor and enhance corporate governance.
The women in the Mukherjee family know their technology, but mother Jyoti and daughter Nivi are approaching its use from very different angles in their respective bids to build a better, brighter Kenya. Read More
Conversations with High Achieving Men and Women of Kenya – Kenya’s Women and Men of the Week.
Another great week as we get closer to closing-out the year. We are to finish strong, keep up a great attitude, and remain productive, despite the Festive Season being on the horizon. As important as it is to do what you love, it is more important to love what you do, despite what you are doing. Read More