About the forum:
Kenya-Ireland Business Investment Forum, taking place in the Kenyan capital in November, aims to strengthen business partnerships between Irish and Kenyan companies operating in key growth sectors.
The three-day programme will focus on:
Providing Irish companies with an insight into Kenya’s corporate requirements; access to finance; access to local labour markets; and incentives and tax concessions for inward investment.
Creating opportunities for Irish and Kenyan companies to collaborate and network through thematic workshops.
Offering first-hand experience of business collaborations through field visits.
The programme is co-ordinated by ‘Down to Basics Network (DotoBa)’, an Irish-based business organisation, and supported by the Kenyan Embassy in Ireland and the Irish Embassy in Kenya.
An optional fourth day of the programme will comprise a mini-safari to the Maasai Mara, where delegates will have an opportunity for more informal networking.
Who is the forum aimed at?
This forum is aimed at any businesses or consultants interested in investment and collaboration opportunities in Kenya, and the wider East Africa Region.
Field trips, workshops and case studies will focus heavily on the following key growth sectors:
Information Communications Technologies (ICT) and Logistics.
Construction & Infrastructure.
A draft programme is available for review here. The finalised programme will be available in September 2016.
Full package (including safari): €3,490 per delegate.
Flights to and from Nairobi, including connections.
Airport pick-up and drop-off in Nairobi.
Bed and breakfast accommodation in Nairobi.
Field visits, including transportation and lunch.
Mini-safari to the Maasai Mara Game reserve, including transport, park entry, meals and accommodation.
Please note: By registering for the forum here, you pay a deposit of €150. Payment of the second instalment will be made directly to the event organiser.