Myspace Properties Limited, based out of Kenya, has claimed to be the fifth enterprise and first property company to join the Ibuka Program. The company has recently undergone an intense evaluation and vetting process in order to get into this prestigious program.
During the admission ceremony, Nairobi Securities Exchange Chief Executive Geoffrey Odundo said the Ibuka Program will boost the growth and accelerate the expansion of Myspace properties into a regional real estate company in Kenya enabling it to take advantage of the growing property market.
“I am delighted that we have admitted the first property company onto the Ibuka Program. This is a good opportunity for the organization and it is yet to open more doors placing Myspace properties limited in a good place,” said George.
The program will assist in inculcating improved corporation, develop capabilities to access capital markets as well as provide a roadmap to long term corporate sustainability.
Myspace properties has rown to be a property dealer focusing in Property Development, Project Management, Real Estate and Land Agents, Buying and Selling Property and Property Management Agency and a Real Estate marketing platform.
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