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YearTitle of ThesisAuthor
2012 Factors affecting the performance of the Agribusiness sector : case of selected economic infrastructure in Mt.Elgon District, Kenya Tiriongo, Elijah C
2012 Analysis of gender difference on entrepreneurial self-efficacy in Kenya: case of small and medium entrepreneurs in Githurai trading centre, Nairobi Nanjala, Mola B.
2012 Factors affecting staff performance appraisals in the hospitality industry Mwendwa, B.Milaih
2012 The impact of performance appraisal on employees of the public service Rotich, Rael Jelagat
2012 Effects of Business Management training on performance of Women owned microenterprises : a case of Women trained by Undugu Society in Kibera, Nairobi Wamwea, Nancy W.
2012 The impact of Business environmental factors on marketing of general insurance products in Kenya : a case of Insurance Companies in Nairobi Ogutu, Naomi Wairimu
2012 Analysis of challenges facing women owned dressmaking enterprises in Umoja 1 market, Nairobi Ombuki, Maureen Kerubo
2012 The role of commercial linkages in micro and small enterprise development: a ase study of metal manufacturers at Kamukunjo Nairobi Mwangi, Josephat Thuo
2012 Constraints of the success of Women small scale enterprenuers in Kenya : a case of micro finance institution borrowers in Rongai Divison of Nakuru District . Ronoh, Ezra K
2012 The convergence of telecommunications, media and information technology sectors and the challenges facing this in Kenya Gesembe, Ursulah Bwari
2012 Analysis of corporate social responsibility in mitigating socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS in selected Business firms in Nairobi Mulongo, Godfrey
2012 Extent of utilization of credit management techniques in financial institutions: a case of mortgage finance companies in Kenya Madigu, Evelyn


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