Saturday, October 14, 2006

Tea themed restaurant

Coming soon: The Kenya Tea Development Authority intends to open a tea themed restaurant in Nairobi similar to a java or starbucks that will sell branded teas and promote a quality tea drinking culture in Kenya. They will then roll these out in other towns and countries

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Diagnostic marketing executives at Crown healthcare.

Interior designers at Design corporate. Apply to info@designcorporate.co.ke by October 20

Communications officer (CO/06) at Forum for African women educationalists. Apply through KPMG at esd@kpmg.co.ke by 27 October

Finance manager (C062-M31) at Githingo consulting . Apply to
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Project risk manager and credit officers(s) at HFCK. Apply to human.resources@housing.co.ke by October 20

Assistant services manager and a Data manager at Homegrown. Apply to Hrd.NboHQ@f-h.biz by 25 October

Investment analyst at IFC. Deadline is October 20

CEO at the National Hospital Insurance Fund. Apply to hcapjobs@wananchi.com by 27 October

Training programs developer, Country manager – south Sudan, Business development executive, and Associates (facilitators/trainers) at Pinnacle training & consulting. Apply to recruit@adeptsystems.co.ke by October 31

Various jobs at Safaricom

HR manager at Softa Bottlers. Send applications to info@kuguru.com

Senior lecturers, associate professors, and full professors at Strathmore business school . Apply to Sbs@strathmore.edu by October 30

Human resource manager at World Wildlife Fund. Apply to Hresource@wwfearpo.org by October 27

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9 comments:

69/\/\ said...

Wohoo, a KTDA tea themed restaurant! Now that is damn creative. I wonder what they'll call it?

kiplagat said...

Sounds great, but i'm sceptical of a parastatal running a restaurant. That place will be looted, nepotism .... the works.

kenyanentrepreneur said...

interesting. It sounds like what the colombian government has done with it's coffee.

it's opened up these coffee cafe's in certain cities in america that sell coffee grown exclusively by colombian farmers. the coffee shops are called juan valdez.

If this works in kenya, they should think of expanding to america. tea drinking in america is becoming a health affair and tea shops that cater to this upwardly mobile niche crowding are making quite a bit of money here!

Unyc said...

The Tea themed restaurant is an idea long overdue! Its a gr8 idea and am glad they hv decided 2 act on it.
Hope it will be well run and upto gd standards.

Shiroh said...

I think it is a great idea too!

bankelele said...

69/\/\: Someting leafy, slighly catchy, maybe Kericho

kiplagat: I think they will leave the management alone to come up with the concept and run place (hopefully)

kenyanentrepreneur: nice comparison, bt let them not throw in a Moran to serve coffee

Unyc & Shiroh: agreed

dudej said...

KTDA's is a good idea, although I expected it Sasini to pursue the idea first. Getting to a crowded Java or Dormans in town just gets you thinking why did they wait so long - for the foreigners to show the way?

Alexander said...

I share Kiplagat's concern. It is founded.

If you are interested in more insight about the problem that is KTDA ("Kenya Tea Deterrence Agency" to overseas traders and importers), and into the tea woes of Kenya, please have a look at this article and the ensuing discussion:

"Turning a new (tea) leaf"

http://www.kenyaimagine.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=191&Itemid=32

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