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Kingsway Group of Companies: Manish Shah Shares Kingsway’s Latest Business Ventures in Kenya

In this exclusive interview, Manish Shah discusses Kingsway Group of Companies’ diverse business ventures. Known for its hospitality operations such as the Village Market Mall and hotels, Kingsway also focuses on special economic zones to foster manufacturing and trade partnerships across Eastern and Central Africa. Shah highlights their innovative agro-processing initiative aimed at maximizing groundnut utilization and empowering local farmers, and outlines Kingsway’s strategic moves into electric vehicle manufacturing and fiber optics, emphasizing their commitment to sustainable growth and investment opportunities in Kenya and the region.

Discussing the Latest Investment Opportunities in Kenya with Olivia Rachier of KenInvest

Olivia Rachier discusses the latest investment opportunities in Kenya and talks about the current strategy adopted by Kenya Investment Authority to attract investments. She also shares her assessment and latest news related to the Kenyan economy, and talks about her vision as well as the next developments she has in mind as the Acting Managing Director of KenInvest.

Invest in Kenya: An Overview of the Kenyan Economy by Moses Ikiara of KenInvest

Dr. Moses Ikiara gives an overview of the Kenyan economy and discusses investment opportunities in the country. KenInvest (Kenya Investment Authority) was established in 2004 with the main objective of promoting investments in Kenya. It is responsible for facilitating the implementation of new investment projects, providing after care services for new and existing investments, as well as organizing investment promotion activities, both locally and internationally.

Nabo Capital: Asset Management and Investment Advisory in Africa by Pius Muchiri

Pius Muchiri presents Nabo Capital, a 3rd generation investment firm with over 50 years experience of investing for institutions and individuals with an Africa-wide focus. The firm’s core business revolves around the management of traditional asset classes such as equities, money markets and fixed-income portfolios. Nabo Capital also traverses alternative asset classes such as real estate, securitizations and private instruments.

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