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Why Kenya? Why Now?
Kenya is going through unparalleled growth, attracting significant investment in the region and creating opportunities for Kenyans to Come Home and position themselves at the forefront of the growth trajectory. Find out what these industry thought leaders have to say:
Clients we have helped
“I had a growing global business and Nairobi was a good base from which to grow our African subsidiaries,” explains Rebelo, who co-founded EcoPlanet Bamboo in 2010. “Kenya itself does not offer the right context for my business of sustainable bamboo plantations and associated processing, but it does provide a good base for Africa-wise operations.”
“Markets like Kenya and Nigeria have huge amounts of growth potential and are developing. In East Africa there are companies and people that no one has really heard of that are really growing and that will be here.”
“The great thing about this part of the world, is that if you are a little bit creative then you can get on with things,” says chef and restaurateur Kiran Jethwa, on his experience as an entrepreneur in Kenya. “A bit of ingenuity is what you need.” Jethwa co-founded the Seven Seafood and Grill restaurants in 2010, with the launch of the first location at ABC Place in Nairobi in October of that year. A second location followed in March 2013 at the Village Market, along with a pre-packaged food company called The Good Food Company.