Bhimji Depar Shah (Businessperson, Kenya)

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Sub-subject: Bhimji Depar Shah (Kenyan Businessperson). Syllabus:

  1. The Kenyan Businessperson Bhimji Depar Shah
  2. The Kenyan conglomerate Bidco Group
Sub-subject "Bhimji Depar Shah (Kenya, Kenyan Businessperson)" is studied...
  1. Masters: African Business, Frontier Markets, International Business (MIB), and Muslims Countries
  2. Courses: Business in East Africa, African Economy
  3. Doctorates (DIB): DIB Islamic Countries, DIB Africa, and Ethics, Religion, and Business

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Sub-Subject Description - Bhimji Depar Shah (Kenyan Businessperson):

  1. The Kenyan Businessperson Bhimji Depar Shah was born in 1932 (Mombasa, Kenya - East Africa-), his origins were very humble.
  2. His first business was a Petrol station in Nyeri (180 km north of Nairobi, Kenya).
  3. Bhimji Depar Shah is considered one of the richest men in Kenya, with an estimated fortune of 700 million dollars.
  4. In 1970; he founded Bidco Industries (garments production).
  5. Fifteen years later the company began soap production.
  6. In 1991, the Group built an Oil plant.
  7. Today the Bidco Group is one of the largest Kenyan conglomerates, with activities in several sectors: oil and gas, manufacturing, farming, logistics, garments, and retail
  8. Bidco has industrial units in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Uganda.
  9. Bidco distributes his products in Burundi, the Comoros, Djibouti, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Sudan, South Sudan, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

"We believe in the future of Africa" Bhimji Depar Shah

Bhimji Depar Shah has not made public his religious affiliation, due that his Indian origin (as Naushad Merali) and by his name; it seems that he profess Hinduism religion.

African Businessperson Bhimji Depar Shah belongs to the:

  1. East African Economic Area of the African Civilization
  2. Economic area of the Hindu Civilization

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