Our Programs

We have created synergies with other renowned industry players on the world stage and this has put us in pole position insofar as collaborating for effectiveness is concerned.


This is a social project conceptualized and designed by GM Pontus Carlsson, which has been successfully implemented and running well in European countries as Business Meets Suburbs,

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We all know that you like winning! And to do that you need to know more than your competitors. By training your staff in chess, they will improve their strategic thinking and planning abilities,

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We enjoy taking care of our sponsors and that is why we offer company kick-offs where we can; Teach your employees how to play the strategic game of chess.Hold a lecture on how chess-thinking

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For first time in Kenya’s history you have the chance to book your own exclusive GM exhibition that proves how the human mind can be effectively channeled to overcome obstacles

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Benefits of Chess

  • Chess dramatically improves a child’s ability to think rationally.
  • Chess increases cognitive skills.
  • Chess improves children’s communication skills and aptitude in recognizing patterns.
  • Chess results in higher grades, especially in English and Math studies.
  • Chess builds a sense of team spirit while emphasizing the ability of the individual.
  • Chess teaches the value of hard work, concentration and commitment.
  • Chess instills in young players a sense of self-confidence and self-worth.
  • Chess makes a child realize that he or she is responsible for his or her own actions and must accept their consequences.

  • Chess teaches children to try their best to win, while accepting defeat with grace.
  • Chess can become a child’s most eagerly awaited school activity, dramatically improving attendance.
  • Chess allows girls to compete with boys on a non-threatening, socially acceptable plane.
  • Chess helps children make friends more easily because it provides an easy, safe forum for gathering and discussion.
  • Chess allows students and teachers to view each other in a more sympathetic way.
  • Chess, through competition, gives kids a palpable sign of their accomplishments.
  • Chess provides children with a concrete, inexpensive and compelling way to rise above the deprivation and self-doubt which are so much a part of their lives.