Why Origami?

Why Origami?

Why Origami? From a flat piece of paper, the process and adaptation of various folds has endless possibilities. The folds, many of them in a triangular shape which is the strongest, sturdiest shape, creates linked polygon lines that symbolizes big data connections....
A brief look at Kenya

A brief look at Kenya

A brief look at Kenya Kenya has had a sustained GDP growth over the past decade with an average growth rate of 4.6 percent in annual basis. In 2019, the economic growth was 5.4 percent, making the country to be one of the fastest expanding economies of Sub-Saharan...
Economic Indicators to Watch

Economic Indicators to Watch

Economic Indicators to Watch Just like human health, the overall health of an economy is also recognized through signs and symptoms. Sometimes indicators give us strong and healthy signs showing that the economic conditions are favourable and sometimes those signs...
Staying Agile In Financial Data World

Staying Agile In Financial Data World

Staying Agile In Financial Data World In the recent years business agility has been a hot topic. Some businesses with “early adopter” characteristics have been able to successfully gear their organisations for agility, whilst many have been slower out of the starting...
Coronavirus to spark global recession

Coronavirus to spark global recession

Coronavirus to spark global recession While the loss of human life is the most critical aspect of an epidemic, the spread of a virus can also have a huge toll for national economies. The countries are affected through health, transportation, agriculture, tourism and...
Coronavirus Effect on Finance & Economic News

Coronavirus Effect on Finance & Economic News

Coronavirus Effect on Finance & Economic News Coronavirus: Nearly a million universal credit claims in past two weeks |  BBC ECONOMY Nearly a million people have applied for universal credit benefits in the past fortnight as the coronavirus pandemic has worsened. The...