Manufacturers engage Nakuru County Governor on sector challenges
Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) engaged Nakuru County Governor, Hon. Lee Kinyanjui and Nakuru County Executives on 28th February 2018 to deliberate on ways to overcome current issues hampering the growth of the manufacturing sector in the county, in line with the Government’s Big 4 Agenda.
Speaking during the forum, Nakuru County Governor, Lee Kinyanjui noted that the county is striving to boost its investment attraction.
“Positioning Nakuru as a favourable investment destination is critical, and the best way to market the county is through testimonials from the manufacturing sector. We have considered security and water as key priorities in the county that will help achieve the Big 4 Agenda. We are also looking to have better regulation that will encourage manufacturing opportunities in the County,” added Governor Kinyanjui.
KAM, Safaricom & BAT Kenya partner to promote digitization of business processes
Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) has partnered with Safaricom Limited and British American Tobacco Kenya (BAT Kenya) to promote sustainable economic growth through digitization of business processes.
Speaking during the forum, KAM Vice Chair, Mr. Sachen Gudka noted that Kenya is experiencing a paradigm shift as new innovations are replacing old ways of doing business in order to provide solutions to the challenges affecting industry.
This partnership will provide industry with necessary tools to leverage on data acquisition that is critical for decision making needs that will transform business operations and trade.