Business Management Organisations
KEPSA is the apex organization of the private sector in Kenya. KEPSA brings together local and foreign business associations, chambers of commerce, professional bodies, corporates from multinational companies, medium, SMEs, and start-ups from all sectors of the economy to enable them to speak with one voice when engaging government, development partners, and other stakeholders on cross-cutting policy issues and programs for Social – Economic Development of the Country.
It also supports businesses with opportunities for training, networking, financial linkages, mentorship and coaching, access to markets, value chains, and access to investment opportunities inbound and outbound globally.
Through its widespread membership categories that represent over 1,000,000 businesses, KEPSA brings these businesses under one umbrella. Read more...
The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) was established in 1965 after the amalgamation of the three existing Chambers of Commerce at the time: the Asian, African, and European Chambers mandated to protect and develop the interests of the business community.
For over 50 years, the Chambers of Commerce has been a necessary and dependable intermediary between government, business, and the general public in a bid to foster good relations that allow trade to prosper. Read more...
Established in 1959, Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) is a representative of manufacturing and value-add industries in Kenya. The Association has grown into a dynamic, vibrant, credible Association that unites industrialists and offers a common voice for businesses.
We have been front and centre in driving fact-based policy advocacy towards the formation of industrial policies to strengthen and support the country’s economic development. Through fact-based advocacy, KAM partners with Government and its associated agencies to ensure a dynamic and flourishing manufacturing sector in Kenya, to realize a double-digit contribution to GDP. Read More...
The American Chamber of Commerce, Kenya is a business chamber comprised of American and Kenyan businesses committed to and invested in the U.S. - Kenya commercial relationship. We catalyze and facilitate two-way Trade & Investment between Kenya and the United States.
The British Chamber of Commerce Kenya (BCCK) gives members privileged access to a high-profile business network. BCCK has a growing list of over 300 active members ranging from FTSE 100 companies to individual British consultants working in Kenya. As it stands, there are more than 200 UK companies operating in the country. These companies benefit from the flourishing bilateral trade between Kenya and the UK, estimated to be worth £1 billion (KES.144 billion) in value.
The French Chamber of Commerce in Kenya is dedicated to helping French companies and entrepreneurs set up in Kenya in their development projects and to promoting exchanges related to business opportunities between France and Kenya.
Founded in 1925, Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is the leading and only National Chamber of Commerce having headquarter in Kolkata, and one of the most pro-active and forward-looking Chambers in the country today. Its membership spans some of the most prominent and major industrial groups in India.ICC’s forte is its ability to anticipate the needs of the future, respond to challenges, and prepare the stakeholders in the economy to benefit from these changes and opportunities. Set up by a group of pioneering industrialists led by Mr G D Birla, the Indian Chamber of Commerce was closely associated with the Indian Freedom Movement, as the first organised voice of indigenous Indian Industry.
Kenya Israel Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to make things happen, it has board members and managers from both countries Kenya and Israel who are committed to helping Kenyans and Israelis succeed. KICC uses its connections and management experience to help people from both sides join forces and create synergies.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit public organization whose mission is to represent, support, and protect the interests of the business community in Dubai. It does so by creating a favourable environment; promoting Dubai as an international business hub and by supporting the development of business. Read More..
The Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry brings together over 2,500 member companies covering all sectors of the Belarusian business. The BelCCI operates under Law of the Republic of Belarus No. 208-W of June 16, 2003 "On the Chamber of Commerce and Industry" and the BelCCI, Articles of Association approved by the Congress of the BelCCI on October 16, 2001.
OVER 100 ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES
The Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry operates in a wide range of areas and provides different types of services supporting businesses in their foreign economic activities.