Airtel Kenya CEO advises on innovation at KIM summit
02 April 2015, 14:08
Nairobi - Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi on Wednesday participated as a panelist at the inaugural Annual Leadership Summit at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi.
The Summit themed “Leadership for Global Economic Outlook” is Kenya’s most prestigious forum for CEOs, Directors, Country Managers and General Managers.
Adil was a panelist alongside industry leaders Lamin Manjang- CEO Standard Chartered Kenya, Olive Mugenda- Vice Chancellor Kenyatta University and George Njenga- Sub Sahara Africa Leader- General Electric (GE) in the session which was moderated by Deloitte Financial services advisor Martin Odour.
The session was opened by Induatrializaton CS Adan Mohamed and was also addressed by industrialist Manu Chandaria.
The event connects players across industries to interrogate and explore the fundamental issues that will propel the economic landscape today and in the future. The leaders share their invaluable experience and challenges in their quest to transform and grow the economy.
The Annual Leadership Summit provides an assembly point where business icons, leaders and legendary CEOs gather and share their experiences, knowledge and challenges climbing the ladder.It also provides an opportunity to discuss and interrogate the regulatory issues challenging growth of regional market.
The two-day summit that ends Thursday was been organised by the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM), a membership based non-profit making professional management organization committed to the promotion of excellence and integrity in the practice of management.
For more information on the summit, please visit http://www.kim.ac.ke/sites/default/files/Annual%20Summit%202015.pdf
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