Since last year, many businesses have been struggling to stay afloat due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bars and restaurants were shut down and many people especially in the hospitality industry lost their jobs.
Betty Kyallo who runs a high end beauty parlour and Kinyozi was also forced to shut down for a while in a bid to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 in 2020.
She says, even though things are back up and running, business has not been good for the last couple of months.
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"I won’t lie over the last couple months business has not been so good because you know Kenyans are gong through a lot of things especially financially." Betty said.
How has she managed to adapt in order to accommodate her clientele and retain her employees?
So of course as Flair by Betty we have been able to sort of review the prices just we make sure that we are able to cater to our clientele, so that they do not go home and stay with braids for four months because they cannot afford.
The 31-year-old says that should be how business owners operate no matter the situations so as to maintain their clientele and put food on the employees and suppliers’ tables at the same time.