Thanks for the info. Consider the below too.
You know of www.cyberspeaklc.com? I have seen the work you guys do at
botlab — we could explore some synergies if possible.
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On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 11:38 AM Mercy Njue via kictanet <
> Dear All,
> I would like to invite you to the Data Protection and GDPR Training that
> will take place on *18th October 2018.* The training will be conducted by
> Mercy Mutemi- MS Law, and Mercy Njue- Botlab.
> *Duration*- 9am-5pm
> *Location-* Ngong hills hotel opposite Bishop Magua
> *Charges*- 15,000 pp. Discounts are available for teams or groups above 4
> Poster is attached below. For more details email- Contact@Botlab.biz or
> call us on 0700 915 197.
> Mercy Njue
> Founder Botlab
> Botlab Physical Address: Ngong hills Hotel along Ngong road, 5th Floor
> Office line: +254 700 915197
> Email: Mercy@botlab.biz
> *Endless possibilities :* www.botlab.biz
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