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Conference Structure

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The conference is designed to meet the needs of various stakeholders and includes a Business-to-Business (B2B) Summit, ICT focused mini-conference and an Investment Forum. Running parallel to the major conference components will be an Expo and a Career Fair. The conference will adopt multiple strategies to keep the participants fully engaged in the various themes.

B2B Summit and Match-Making

The purpose of the Summit will be to match Kenyan businesses with potential investors, entrepreneurs, and companies in Georgia and elsewhere in the U.S. that have investment interests in Kenya, or business opportunities for products and services from Kenya and vise versa, and create opportunities to develop future business-to-business relationships.

Focus on Kenya ICT

The Friday session will focus on the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) sector in Kenya. The mini-conference will bring together distinguished individuals from Kenya and abroad to explore and discuss Kenya’s fast-growing ICT sector, the emerging opportunities within the sector, and the sector’s contribution toward an information-driven and knowledge-based economy in Kenya.  The ICT session will feature world-class plenary speakers, tutorials, technical presentations, and exhibition opportunities.

Investment Forum

The investment Forum, coupled with the Expo and Career Fair, will provide an opportunity for various organizations from Kenya and abroad, to showcase their products and services to Kenyans in the Diaspora and other potential investors while exploring opportunities for partnerships through structured dialogue.

A detailed conference program will be available soon.


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