Kenyan real estate company, Optiven limited Monday said it will expand operations in Rwanda with an an aim to replicate local success in that country.
Optiven which also has operations in South Africa, said those plans are already underway with the firm having set 2018 as its timeline to enter Kigali.
“Having been in the real estate business close to 19 years, Optiven Group’s main objective is to empower property investors and transform the society. This will include venturing into new areas where we feel there’s room for growth,” said the founder and chief executive of Optiven, George Wachiuri.
Wachiuri was speaking in Nairobi when the company was recognised as one of the most relevant and dominant brands in the region by Superbrands East Africa, ranking 68 out of 1,000 shortlisted super brands across other industries and number four in the industry.
The brand status looks at a product’s dominance, customer loyalty, goodwill, longevity and overall brand acceptance. According to Superbrands East Africa, a superbrand status strengthens a brand’s position, adds prestige and sets the brand apart from competition.
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