While investors will already be aware of Kenya’s advantages, which include sound, long-term fundamentals, the country’s ease of doing business gives it an added edge. I am delighted that AmCham will be involved in sharing what this next wave of change means for business in Africa.
Kenya is very much the center or connected with the rest of East Africa, so if you’re growing in Kenya, then that to us, by default, means that Uganda, Tanzania are naturally going to be countries of focus. East Africa is a key area for us and our growth.
“Kenya is a growing economy. And just like any other country that has gone through such phase… there are some challenges … but then, there are ways of going around them which investors use.”
“In Kenya, the real threat of terrorism makes it imperative for organisations to adapt and find new ways of defining security by utilising accurate and timely risk information. This is critical to good decision making, which is essential to sustainable economic growth and social development”