KNCCIKenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nairobi, Kenya)
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Nyaga promised to support Mugo for the three years he will be at the helm of leadership of the KNCCI.
A delegation of the private sector players last September, led by KNCCI chairman Kiprono Kitonny, spearheaded the lobbying for the global forum slated for July 2021 at last years congress in Sydney, Australia.We have already secured some votes and are planning a shuttle diplomacy to secure more, said Ms Ndambuki.
KNCCI members accused former officials of not been forceful to lobby for the welfare of the traders.
Already, the Nairobi chamber has signed an MoU with the Nairobi County Government to develop ways of easing doing business, with specific focus on being the voice of small businesses in Nairobi," said the chairman of the KNCCI Nairobi Chapter, Mr Richard Ngatia.
I hope we can expand our relationship as soon as possible and define collaboration measures," said Ms Muthoni while addressing women entrepreneurs in Nairobi.She said plans were underway to officially launch the Women in Business KNCCI division to strengthen county chapters and help in recruiting businesswomen.
KNCCI estimates that at least 500,000 people, including small businesses have a poor credit rating, blocking them from accessing credit to grow business.
Two aspirants seeking chairmanship in the KNCCI Embu Chapter elections have said the county government charges traders very high rates, levies, licenses, and other service charges.
Coast delegates want KNCCI to push for policies that would ease the cost of doing business.
The Kenya national chambers of commerce and Industry (KNCCI) entered into contract with a consortium of Institutions to Produce, Finance and Market Avocado products from farmers it has engaged for this project.
I was encouraged by the fact that the governor expressly admitted to have learnt more than he had expected and pledged facilitation of similar events in the future and invited potential partners in market promotion, together with the Kenya National Chambers of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI).
The shows were held under the patronage of the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development, the Embassy of Kenya and supported by the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (Kenya), Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), KenInvest, Kenya Green Building Society, National Construction Authority and TCPAK.
Quantum leapHE Richard Ngatia, Chairman of the Nairobi Chapter of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), reviewed the economic relations between KNCCI and Chambers of Commerce in the UAE, and stated that organising this Trade and Investment Conference will enhance cooperation between the private sector and the official economic institutions.Ngatia also reviewed the strengths of the Kenyan economic sectors as well as its most important products that are exported to various countries around the world, and praised the positive and effective role of the private sector in achieving sustainable economic development.