The party that wins Kenya’s General Election has an opportunity to supercharge economic growth by adopting policies that help Small and Medium Businesses.
By SAMMI NDERITU
The party that emerges the winner of Kenya’s general election, to be held on 8th August 2017, has an opportunity to supercharge job creation and economic growth by adopting policies that help Small and Medium Businesses to thrive. That’s according to Nikki Summers, the Regional Director for Sage in East Africa. She says the next government will have a strong framework and foundation to build on, following years of State investment in creating an enabling environment for entrepreneurs and business builders. Read More
By GILBERT NGANGA
When President Uhuru Kenyatta officially commissioned the KSh4.8 billion English Point Marina on January 12, many investors and analysts saw it as a signal that Kenya’s tourism sector was on the verge of gaining back its lost glory.
It would not have come at a better time than the beginning of the year when investors are looking for clues on the direction the Kenyan economy will take in 2016.
The magnitude of the project — a luxury yatch facility — not only puts Kenya squarely on the global tourism map, but also is a sign that investors are keen to pump in billions of dollars into the country.
Expect a better business environment in 2016 full post Read More
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