15-17 NOVEMBER 2023

Kenyatta International Convention Centre
Nairobi, Kenya

ABOUT CTW Kenya 2023

The Republic of Kenya belongs to the most well-known African countries. It is the largest country in East Africa in relation to population (51.6 million people) after Tanzania. Through its 1,420 km long coastline, the country has access to the Indian Ocean. The economy grew by an estimated 5.3 percent in the fiscal year 2017/2018 and is expected to pick up to 5.9 percent in 2018/2019 and by 6.1 percent in 2019/2020, according to the IMF. 

Kenya is one of the most advanced countries in Africa in relation to disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics and drones. The country harbours a lively digital start-up and investment environment. Kenya is one of the most advanced countries in Africa in relation to technology. The digital transformation industry in Kenya is vibrant and expanding. Scores of schools have added robotics to their curricula.

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CTW Blog

BRICS in action: Bringing Brazilian agriculture to Africa

As the BRICS countries meet in Johannesburg, the renewal of ties between Brazil and Africa could offer an outlet for ambitious Brazilian firms such as BrazAfric...

Kenya’s Hustler Fund seeks World Bank and EU backing

President Ruto’s flagship economic programme is seeking multilateral funding to help extend cheaper loans to Kenyans.

$40m loan by UK and Dutch DFIs is a first for Ethiopia’s financial sector

An innovative long-term loan by the UK's BII and the Netherlands' FMO will allow Dashen, a progressive Ethiopian bank, to expand lending to exporters and boost ...

Kenya and Indonesia target regional blocs

Kenya and Indonesia are seeking to utilise improved political and trade ties to access each other’s regional trading blocs to expand their export markets.

UK-based beauty firm Medigah enters Kenya

UK-based online hair and beauty products firm Medigah London Hair has launched operations in Kenya as a springboard for expansion into the rest of East Africa.


ACCPA partners with MIE Group towards China Trade Week in Ghana, Kenya & Morocco 14th August 2023

Nairobi exchange’s data revenue rallies to Sh93m

Nairobi Securities Exchange recorded a 78.3 percent surge in revenue from the sale of data in the year ended December, with the bourse operator attributing the ...

At its 787 Dreamliner factory, Boeing prepares for takeoff Read more: https://www.tuko.co....

As airlines seek to fulfill customers' growing post-pandemic appetites for long-haul travel, Boeing is aiming to speed up production of its 787 Dreamliners...

Feed the Future commit Ksh 205M to improve horticulture value chain

Funding to support three researches in Kenya and Uganda.

Kenya Small Firm Diaries research reveals growth and stability as key priorities for small...

Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Kenya and the Financial Access Initiative (FAI) research center of New York University, today presented the results of the...

NCBA Group net profit up 49pc to Ksh 5.1B

NCBA Group profit after tax has risen to Ksh 5.1 billion in the first three months of the year from Ksh 3.4 billion recorded over the same period last year.

Grand Sh2.1trn plan to expand SGR to Kisumu, Malaba, Isiolo

Kenya has set sights on a Sh2.1 trillion plan to extend the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) to Kisumu, Malaba and Isiolo by the end of June 2027, a government...

Kenya’s economy slows faster than estimates

Kenya’s economic output last year slowed more than earlier estimated amid a biting drought which hit farming and a jump in prices that constrained consumption.

James Finlay sells its Kenya tea business to Sri Lanka investors

James Finlay Limited has bowed out of the Kenyan market in a deal that will see a Sri Lankan Company carry on its operations.

Lucrative public, private sector industries pay staff over Sh1m

The accommodation and food service industry in the public sector, financial and insurance activities were some of the most rewarding industries for employees in...

KPC enters drinking water business in revenue push

Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) has ventured into the drinking water business as part of an aggressive diversification programme that also saw it launch fibre...

KPA extends free storage period for cargo at port

The Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) has announced the extension of the free storage period for container cargo handled in Mombasa

European Commission to construct EUR 347.6 million Green BRT

The two leaders also discussed other key areas of mutual interest

Boost for bilateral trade as eight Estonian firms enter Kenyan market

Bilateral trade between Kenya and Estonia is projected to rise after eight companies from the European country announced they are setting up base in the country...

Eldoret a Step Closer to Becoming Kenya's 5th City after Ad-Hoc Committee's Approval: ...

Kenya has four towns with the city status which include Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and Nakuru Eldoret, the headquarters of Uasin Gishu is gearing to be the...

Executive Report II Official MIE Group HQ Visit to Kenya | March 2023

MIE Group’s Chairman & CEO, David Wang and Zahoor Ahmed, Vice President - Strategy & Partnerships made official visits...

New coffee payment system nears fruition

Kenya plans to export Sh30bn avocado yearly in next 5 years

Kenya now wants to double its avocado exports from Sh15 billion to Sh30 billion annually in the next five years.

Gig economy seen creating 1m jobs by 2028

Kenya’s Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector is projected to inject a mass employment value of up to one million jobs in five years from the current 36,000...

United Nations Office for Project Services to move to Nairobi

Kenya will be home to another United Nations agency.

Reinventing Africa: Experts say AfCFTA's success will depend on country collaboration

The AfCFTA is an ambitious treaty that wants to bring African countries under one market

Silicon Savannah: Tapping the Potential of Africa's Tech Hub

Did you know that Kenya, and Nairobi in particular, has emerged as one of the next tech hubs of the world?

Nine agribusiness ideas to consider in Africa in 2023

As the new year begins, it's a great time to think about new opportunities in Africa's agribusiness and food industries. This list of nine potential ideas for 2...

Reasons and Opportunities to Consider Investing in Africa

Rwanda's President, Paul Kagame, has boldly declared that, "In Africa today, we recognize that trade and investment, and not aid, are pillars of development.”

​Investing in Africa is sound business and a sustainable corporate strategy

The best time to invest in Africa is now.

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