The number of media personalities trying their hands in business is on the rise. This is attributable to uncertainty in the industry that has seen big names being fired from their jobs under unclear circumstances. Terryanne Chebet is a familiar name and face among Kenyans having worked in CNBC Africa, CCTV Africa, KBC and Citizen TV where she was a prime time news anchor. After getting fired from the station in 2015, she decided to try her hand in the business world.
In this article, WoK highlights the businesses owned by Terryanne Chebet.
Terryanne Chebet is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Keyara Organics – a natural skincare company that produces skin care products that are suitable for the African skin. The idea of starting Keyara organics came in 2006 when she became a mother and her daughter-nww a teenager, was suffering eczema – a medical condition where the skin becomes rough and full of blisters. She was not able to find organic skin care products that would help her daughter. This is what led her to found Keyara organics with the aim of filling the gap in the market by producing organic skin care products that are made in Kenya. Some of the products available include Keyara Baby Baobab oil, Natural anti-acne oil, Keyara pure coconut oil, Keyara shea and aloe baby balm, Keyara Man Beard Oil, Keyara Jamaican Black Castor oil, Keyara black charcoal soap, Keyara Marula oil and Keyara shea butter and honey body balm oil among many others.
The Entrepreneur is also the founder and CEO of Pink Foundry – an advertisement agency that deals in Boutique Public Relations, digital marketing, strategic communications, media training, executive profiling and personal branding. Established in 2020, the company comprises a team of talented storytellers and creatives who believe in a multi-pronged approach to public relations that is tailored to make an impact. With her vast experience having worked in the best media companies across Africa, Terryanne brings a lot of value to the table to ensure all the clients are satisfied. The company has its headquarters at The Stables along Karen Road in Nairobi.
Terryanne Chebet is the CEO of Scarlet Digital – a 360 degree communications firm that is mainly involved in web development, search engine optimization (SEO), blogging, social media managing, Marketing communications, content creation, public relations and brand strategy. Other services offered by the company include Media buying and planning, experiential marketing, digital marketing, event management and running advertisements.
Terryanne Chebet also runs a YouTube Channel where she covers real estate, entrepreneurship, career growth, personal finance, motherhood and does mentorships. She has so far uploaded 63 videos and has garnered over 41,600 subscribers and over 1.3 million views.