Patron's business connect luncheon with H.E. The Deputy President as the Chief Guest, on Friday 7th November 2014, from at the Capital Club, at Imperial Court, Westlands Road. During this inaugural and exclusive luncheon, our Chief Guest H. E. Deputy President Hon. William S. Ruto will share his insiqht on economic development ,in the Kenya and interact with the Patron Members.
The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), is a NON-PROFIT, autonomous, private sector institution and membership based organization.
It was established in 1965 from the amalgamation of the then three existing Chambers of Commerce: the Asian, African and European chambers, to protect and develop the interests of the business community.
KNCCI has a countrywide outreach with 47 County Chambers. It works in close collaboration with the Government, stakeholders and business development organizations internationally.
It is an affiliate member of the International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICC), the G 77 Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI), the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the East African Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (EACCIA), and the East African Business Council (EABC), among others.
The Kenya Chamber of Commerce & Industry New Management Team. From Left, Mr. Peter K. Biwott (Trade Development Manager), Mr. Charles Mutuma Mbogori (Chief Executive Officer) and Mr. Michael Ndege (Business Development Manager)
The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry led over 40 members of the private sector who accompanied H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta a State visit / Trade Mission to the Federal Democratic of Nigeria where bilateral relations between Kenya and Nigeria dominated the visit. The main purpose of this trade mission was to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two great countries.
In their address, the two Presidents urged members of the business community to intensify consultations among themselves to increase the volume of trade between the two countries within the shortest time possible. They encouraged the two countries’ business communities to present to their respective Governments the challenges that may be hindering the smooth flow of investment and business so that they could be addressed.