the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) President Mr. Richard Ngatia and Chamber management team hosted a group of business delegates from Estonia for a meeting.
The meeting took place ahead of the Kenya-Estonia Business Forum that is scheduled to take place tomorrow Friday the 10th September, 2021.
During the meeting the Chamber President briefed the delegation through KNCCI’s operational structure.
As highlighted by the Mr. Ngatia, KNCCI is open to partnerships that will be of benefit to its members across the Country through its County Chamber Chapters.
KNCCI’s is also working closely with the government in the realization of the Big 4 Agenda.
The meeting deliberated on the following;
• Formation of a Joint Business Council to boost bilateral relationship between Kenya and Estonia,
• Renewal of the Existing MoU to foster business between the two countries and,
• Establishment of programs that are relevant to support SMEs in Kenya.
Estonia Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the largest entrepreneurship Organization in Estonia in terms of members in various sectors. This will be beneficial to the Kenyan counterparts for business-to-business engagement that will take place.
The Estonia team expressed gratitude to KNCCI for accepting to organize the Business-to-Business engagement on short notice.