The goal is to enhance partnerships between Kenya-Namibia Business Community
NAIROBI, Kenya: The Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, State Department for Diaspora Affairs in Nairobi has partnered with the Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Conference 2023 to be held in Windhoek Namibia. The goal is to enhance partnerships between Kenya-Namibia Business Community.
The newly created State Department for Diaspora Affairs was formed in 2022 as a directive from H.E the President Dr. William Ruto to address issues that concern Kenya’s Diaspora community who form an integral part of the Kenyan economy and social fabric, in a bid to engage the Kenyan Diaspora in a more constructive and productive manner to unlock and unleash their full potential.
The institution’s mandate include: Promotion of continuous dialogue with Kenyans abroad, Champion the Protection of Kenya’s Diaspora rights and welfare, Support Kenyans in the Diaspora in harnessing more opportunities for employment and enterprise development, Develop Incentive framework for Diaspora Remittances, Harness Diaspora savings, facilitate FDI and Technology transfers; and Mainstreaming the Kenyan Diaspora into the national development process.
“The Conference Organising Committee is very grateful to Ambassador Washington Oloo – Director, Diaspora and Consular Affairs, State Department for Diaspora Affairs, who was the Guest of Honour during this conference launch on 7th March in Nairobi, and continue to offer his wise counsel and support to ensure a successful event,” said Elvis Mboya, Conference Founder.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Conference 2023 seeks to attract finance and investment, build links among businesses and investors, and strengthen people-to-people trade between Namibians and Kenyans.
To enhance partnerships between Kenya-Namibia business community.
Kenya-Namibia business community including Namibians in Namibia, Kenyans in Kenya, Kenyans in Namibia, Namibians in Kenya, Namibian returnees from Kenya, Kenyan returnees from Namibia.
-The Conference WhatsApp platform has about 600 members from Kenya-Namibia Business Community, already networking and doing business.
-Business opportunities in Kenya and Namibia (sectoral analysis),
-Business environment in Kenya and Namibia (regulatory framework),
-Strategies of having presence in either Kenya and Namibia (different business models),
-How to identify a potential business partner,
-How to package your business for readiness in engaging in intra Africa trade,
-Sources of business finance both in Kenya and Namibia,
-Role of culture in cross-cultural / cross-border trade, and
To Speak/Sponsor/Interview, please contact the founder: Email: email@example.com or +254 729 741 504 [WhatsApp Only].