Kenyan real estate agency Jenga Web Limited wins top Africa property award

By: IMMACULATE KARAMBU

A Kenyan marketing agency has emerged top in Africa at the 2015 African Property Awards held in Dubai.

Jenga Web Limited, a marketing agency focused on the real estate market, won the Best Golf Development in Africa Award category for the Aberdare Hills Golf Resort.

“I am delighted and extremely pleased with this achievement. This level of success would not have been achieved if teamwork was not part of our core values,” said Jenga Web’s managing director Nathan Luesby.

The agency also scooped five other awards in various categories at the event that brought together developers, architects, interior designers and real estate agents.

FIVE-START AWARDS

It won two five-star awards for the Tilisi development for best mixed use in Kenya and for best development marketing.

Jenga Web also scooped two awards for the Sultan Palace Beach Retreat, a leisure development in Kenya.

Jenga Web’s victory at the continental level gives it entrance into the international property awards, which will be held in London in December, where the firm, together with other winners from Africa will battle with world’s best property professionals for the top award.

Entries to the Africa awards were received from 16 countries across the continent and subjected to a judging committee comprising of 70 experts in the real estate industry.

According to the president of the International Property Awards, Stuart Shield, the objective of the awards is to recognise excellence in the property industry and promote international standards.

“Once again, African developers have excelled in this competition by entering a select number of simply stunning developments.

“These projects are aesthetically beautiful, highly functional and eco-friendly,” said Mr Shield.

Jenga Web was incorporated in 2009.

It specialises in marketing consultancy, graphic design, web and software development and digital marketing among other services focused on the real estate market.

SOURCE: DAILY NATION