Toyota Saloons Outrace Nissan Saloons in Kenya (July 2017)

Its no secret that Kenyans love Toyota cars. They are affordable, great in fuel consumption and a popular brand. Which is why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Toyota saloons are more popular than Nissan saloons in the Kenyan Market. According to Automotive market Data by Data Fintech, while both play around the same […]

Jul 05, 2017

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BrighterMonday DF Job Market Data_May 2017

Job Market data by Data Fintech shows the salary growth of four job categories in Kenya, that is NGOs & Community Development, Trades & Service, Sales & Business Development and Strategy & Consulting in the month of May 2017. Based on the data NGOs, Community & Social Development jobs continue to offer very competitive salaries […]

Jun 29, 2017

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Lavington beats Kilimani for 3 bedroom apartment investment in first quarter of 2017

According to the Cabinet Secretary Land & Housing Professor Kaimenyi Kenya continues to face a shortage in housing. More than 200,000 housing units need to be established per year so as to match demand compared to 50,000 constructed annually. Due to the uneven demand and supply of residential property the prices of these properties were […]

Jun 28, 2017

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Kenya Electronic Market Data _May 2017

Electronic Market data by Data Fintech shows the key highlights in the Electronic market in May 2017. According to the data, demand for Tecno mobile phones increased after the launch of the Camon CX in the Kenyan market. Dealers were not left behind, with the listings of Tecno phones in the marketplace surging by 38%. […]

Jun 22, 2017

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Demand for Mercedes higher than BMW in Kenya -Automotive Market

The number of BMW saloons in the Kenyan Automotive marketplace increased by 70 units in a month to reach 180 units in March 2017 (+ 63.63%).  The number of Mercedes Benz saloons in the marketplace decreased 6 units in month to 543 units in March 2017 (- 1.10%).

Jun 21, 2017

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