Kenya and Germany have been traditional trading partners since the attainment of Kenya’s independence in 1963. Germany is one of the most important export destinations for Kenya and remains the number two economic partner in Europe after the United Kingdom. Participation of Germany in the economic activities in Kenya has grown steadily through regular promotion programs in areas of trade, tourism, investment, and bilateral cooperation.

This afternoon the Chamber President Dr. Erick Rutto met with investors from Germany led by Mr. Andreas Braun of Braun Consulting Group who expressed interest in projects in the following Sectors;


Kenya has a thriving agricultural sector. They are Interested in Opportunities that exist in agribusiness, including value addition, export-oriented farming specifically coffee and blueberries, and technology-driven farming solutions.

Technology and Innovation

Nairobi is known as “Silicon Savannah.” The technology sector, including fintech, mobile technology, and e-commerce, has significant potential. They are interested in bankable ICT projects available through direct investments or PPP as well as labor export of skilled software engineers to Germany.

Renewable Energy

Kenya has made strides in renewable energy, particularly in geothermal and wind power. They are considering investments in renewable energy projects or technology.

Board Member KenInvest Ms. Rebecca Kimeto and KNCCI C.E.O Mr. Patrick Nyangweso were present at the meeting and expressed their dedication to guiding the investor in realizing  their investment in Kenya, which will serve as a gateway to Africa.