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Game Changers

Original story series providing a compelling look at startup founders and entrepreneurs who are doing ordinary things in an extraordonary ways to transform the society. Their businesses have 100% impact on the society aimed at improving the living standards.

“A photographer never quits being one; a photographer will die a photographer”. This is where our interview begins. David Macharia, an entrepreneur, a mentor, a father and a photographer. Photography is the one decision that changed David’s entire life and it was a long journey to get to where he...
Martin Wachira is the face behind Elegante Gents, a clothing Brand. A look at him will tell you he takes his grooming quite seriously. The 24 years old prefers to call himself ‘Mens Best Wardrobe Manager and Image Consultant.’ Elegante Gents is a men’s clothing brand which majors in tailoring...
He is a young entrepreneur wearing different hats that are subtly connected. Martin Munyaga is a Fashion and Image Creative, Creative designer, Eventsprenuer and a Professional model. Interestingly, he confesses that his entry into modelling and the fashion world was an accident. “I never really anticipated it.” His journey took off...
Every day we leave our homes to our respective places of work, or to wherever the day’s business takes us. For most of us who do not have personal cars yet, I’m pretty sure we either use matatus, buses or taxis. And have you ever sat and thought about...
His love for live performances grew at a tender age. He began his journey as an actor doing travelling theatre and later performances at the Kenya National Theatre. Three years into acting and only receiving meagre income, he made up his mind. He was going to venture into this...
She is an analytical introvert, dynamic, soft spoken, simple and with a curative spot. Her name is Molly Juma, a 24 years lady, and an Economics graduate from University of Nairobi. Molly also holds an Associate's degree in Human Resources Management from Zetech College. In her twenties, Molly never thought...
Majority of tertiary institutions students hide under the stereotype that managing school work and business is impossible. Other students have defied this stereotype and are doing well in their various businesses in spite of the intensity of their course work. An interactive section with a young lady at a...
Immaculate believes there is no loyal friend like a book. She confesses to have travelled a lot through her reading not literally but through the stories she reads. She finds herself in places like Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt and back to Kenya. She is a passionate writer and she considers...
“You do not need a big name or own lots of money to start something” the words of Cynthia Nyongesa. She believes in these words and they form the basis of her motivation when she is telling stories of people of great personalities like C.E.Os, Ambassadors and media personalities. ...
He grew up in Nyeri County at Naromoru and is a law finalist at the Catholic University of East Africa. The 21 year old Lee Mburu is a passionate writer, volleyball lover since childhood and the founder and CEO of Your Story Kenya. Lee tells of his story about...