Optiven Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr. George Wachiuri has been installed to the fellowship of the Kenya Professional Realtors Association.
The bestowment now confers to George Wachiuri the honor of fellowship of the KPRA as recognized from the year 2022. The bestowment is in recognition of Wachiuri’s dedication to the real estate industry.
In appreciating the honor, Wachiuri said, “I am most humbled by this one of kind recognition and reward by the Kenya Professional Realtors Association – KPRA. It has been for me a journey of passion and pain, but one filled with the desire to empower people to create wealth and live better for the future.”
Wachiuri who is also the lead at the George Wachiuri School of Mentorship added, “As I receive this award, I call on players in the real estate space to never tire of improving their trade and building the trust of the masses in order for us to provide real real estate solutions that are transformative for our customers.”
He also called for those companies established within the industry to continue offering opportunities for learning and engagement for the youth in order for them to share experience opportunities.
Speaking on the score card for Optiven, Wachiuri said, “As a company we are on course to continuously offer opportunities to youth to enable them to meet the thresholds for experience that the corporates are looking for as we continue on our path to be champions of social economic transformation.”
Apart from running a management trainee programme, Optiven Limited has also been offering mentorship opportunities for college students since the year 2019.
Through the George Wachiuri School of Mentorship, Wachiuri spearheads a mentorship programme for enterpreneurs in the small an medium enterprise spaces via online coaching.