Kenyan SME’s are continuing to flock KCB’S Lion Den portal to register for an opportunity to present their ideas to the Lions’ in the Lions’ Den Season 4, a program aired by KTN and powered by the Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) bank.
The KCB Lions’ Den has been hailed for supporting local entrepreneurs to grow and is preparing to kick off its 4th Season which has currently witnessed SME’s scramble for the once in a lifetime opportunity.
Entrepreneurs ought not to miss out on the chance to present their ideas and enterprises to the Lions’ Den because that would mean missing out on the following benefits:
The Lions’ on KCB Lions’ Den are all serial investors who only need the SME’s participating to assure them that their business or ideas are viable.
The Lions are out in search of a new partner to join their pride so that they can mentor and give advice to a new generation of successful entrepreneurs. In previous episodes, the Lions have invested millions into businesses whose owners have proven are in need of the help and those that are also viable.
Through the guidance of the Lions’, Kenyans are developing a business mindset which is greatly reducing the unemployment rate.
The majority of Kenya’s youth is jobless and are tarmacking into offices seeking employment opportunities that are not only difficult to find but are barely there, this mentality has shut their minds to the possibility of exploring business opportunities. The KCB Lions’ Den is a true testament of the zillion business opportunities surrounding us and registering to meet the Lions could expand your business and enable you to be a solution in Kenya’s unemployment.
KCB’s Lions’ Den is a reality TV show aired on KTN which is a national platform watched by millions not only in Kenya but outside the Country.
The show provides exposure to its contestants which not only introduces their product to the World but also exposes the individual to other potential investors.
It is difficult to get people who will tell you like it is and this is one platform you are assured of getting it EXACTLY AS IT IS.
When the plan is likely to fail, the Lions will say it in black and white to ensure that you don’t have to repeat mistakes they have already witnessed elsewhere. The advice and insight could be tough but does it not say that when the going gets tough, the tough get going?
Your business may not get funded by the Lions if they all feel that the money you seek to fuel into business may not bring any returns but it could win something even much greater, ‘the Lions mentorship and strategic guidance’.
A number of businesses stall not because of lack of capital but because of lack of proper mentorship which leads to poor decision-making, the Lions have experience running into decades and when you are able to convince any of them into guiding you, then it’s a win worth celebrating.
There are only 16 days, from 8th May, remaining to the close date of registration which means you have sufficient time to submit an online application through KCB Lions’ Den.
You could also download the forms, fill and drop them at any KCB branch before the set deadline date which is 24th May.