Kenya’s membership to regional economic blocs coupled with her strategic geographic position makes the country the gateway to the huge East African Community (EAC) market with over 135 million people and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) market with over 450 million people. Kenya is a beneficiary of several trade preferential arrangements which includes The African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) and Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) which gives duty free access to the EU among others.
As of 2016, Kenya had a population of 48.46 million with an annual growth rate estimated at 2.7 per cent. The country is experiencing growing consumer demand of high end products and services bolstered by growing middle class and rising trend towards.
Business Reporter, CNN
I have traveled to many countries to report on business news, However nothing matches the business acumen and readiness for investment that I have observed in Kenya Including the world Bank optimism to a marvelous GDP growth. I must says Kenya is the new business Destination in Africa
President, European Central Bank
Kenya has emerged as one of Africa’s ‘frontier economies’, and I am very interested in learning how the country’s leaders and people will build on this success moving forward
John Gershenson, PhD
Kenya is uniquely positioned to lead a surge in localized supply chains. Kijenzi is excited to unleash the next generation of digital manufacturing to feed the incredible innovation engine and enable a more resilient industry across the country and region. Manufacturing is the heartbeat of a growing GDP
Managing Director, Durham International Schools
Kenya is well known for its value on education, and we quickly saw Nairobi as an excellent destination for the first Durham International School in Africa. We are confident that families in the capital will welcome the quality and ethos of education that Durham offers. KenInvest has provided a warm welcome and great support as we planned and opened Durham Kenya