The Lion’s Den is a show powered by KCB Bank where aspiring entrepreneurs get to pitch their business ideas and products to a panel of Kenyan business moguls who have the cash and the know-how it takes to succeed.
Kenya’s most daring entrepreneurswill have an opportunity to step into the den to convince the Lions that their business is worth investing in and offer a share of their company in return.
The Lions have pledged millions of shillings of their own personal wealth towards investing in ground-breaking ideas through Lions’ Den, powered by KCB Bank, the largest commercial bank in East Africa.
Among the business moguls are Olive Gachara and Wandia Gichuru, two ladies we like to call lionesses.
OLIVE GACHARA is popular in the fashion and beauty world. She is the Editor-in-Chief, COUTURE Africa Magazine, a fashion, beauty and lifestyle magazine.She is also an image consultant at Image with Olive, a model agent and a fashion stylist
.By the time she was 30 years old, she had opened a modelling agency, earned a business degree, built her own consultancy, advised fashion publications and published a magazine.
WANDIA GICHURU is a certified life coach, a business mentor and a champion for women and girls.
She is the co-founder and managing director of Vivo Activewear, a chain of seven retail clothing stores operating in shopping malls in Nairobi and Mombasa. Her products are designed for the african woman who loves style and is young at heart.
Vivo She has worked with leading development agencies and corporate firms such as the World Bank and Citibank for 10 years.
We cannot wait to see the kind of deals the ladies close!
Other Business moguls in the Lion’s Den are Darshan Chandaria the CEO of Chandaria Industries Myke Rabar the CEO of Homeboyz entertainment and Kris Senanu.