Lulu Mwakuwona
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Lulu Mwakuwona is a volunteer with Heifer International in Kenya, with an interest in writing and taking part in community development, empowerment and human rights. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Public Administration from Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya. She is also a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) graduate. She has had exposure to event planning, development and entrepreneurship and she believes that the three can be combined to improve quality and standards of living while at the same time sustaining the environment. In her spare time, Lulu enjoys outdoors activities with friends, reading and writing, or singing.
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Ultimately, 80 percent of the total materials needed to make events and catering successful would not only be naturally grown, but also readily available. For an entrepreneur, this is a convenient and less stressful way of making money.

The availability of most resources in the garden reduces the cost of facilitation and therefore increases profit.

Now, you see. Green event planning and catering could generate money and initiate a cycle that keeps on giving, for nature as well as entrepreneurs and investors.

Other areas of green industry that entrepreneurs could venture into include among others, eco-friendly beauty salon, eco-consulting and green-housekeeping service.

You can make money and savie the planet at the same time.

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