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How Morris Njuguna established a shipping business in Luton, UK

January 12, 2019
By
Collins Ogutu
for Chams Media Digital

LUTON, ENGLAND- The Daring Abroad UK edition continued last week as we featured another Kenyan entrepreneur who has gone an extra mile to establish a shipping business in Luton Town, England.

Morris Njuguna went to the United Kingdom in 2003, a year after he graduated from the University of Nairobi with a degree in Economics and Social Studies. Ideally, he flew to the UK to further his studies, and that ambition gave birth to Kenya Exports Limited.

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Like any other determined entrepreneur, Morris juggled studies, hustle and distractions with an aim of making ends meet, quite literally. And despite being holder of a Masters Degree in Accounting, he still had to fight lack of opportunities and ended up losing the war thus resorting to business.

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Kenya Exports Limited helps Kenyans abroad transport goods back home. PHOTO| COURTESY

"By 2007 , I came out with a Masters and in 2008 I was working on projects.. later on found out I  had nothing to do that is why I went into business," tells Daring Abroad.

His small savings helped him put his fast foot forward to start the Kenya Exports Limited company that helps Kenyans in the UK and other parts of the wold in shipping their goods to Kenya.

"Kenya Exports Limited offers solutions to Kenyans who live in the UK or who live anywhere in the world and would like to ship anything from UK to Kenya," Njuguna further narrates.

Adding that, "We handle all the preparations, inspection, booking of containers or airline, space and we ship them to Kenya."

With his  background in economics and further experience from Shiefiled Hallam University where he studied accounting, Morris Njuguna narrates to Daring Abroad the factors to consider when starting a business, cost implications and what to do when things seem to be going south in business.

"When I started this business I was in London, I used to live in one bedroom flat, that is where I started my business," he says.

"I looked for storage, with time family grew, we were constantly looking for somewhere knowing how London is I had to look for somewhere else for parking place for my business, looking was suiting me better, space and cost."

2 comments on “How Morris Njuguna established a shipping business in Luton, UK”

  1. Hi Morris do u have a ware house in Nakuru Kenya? If u don't have kindly I have land in Nakuru we can talk n build one u can contact mi any time

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