Kenya Association of Manufacturers on 5th July 2017 launched the Policy Agenda for Industrialization to guide incoming governments on achieving the economic goals stated in their manifestos by focusing their efforts on the manufacturing sector.
Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) held its first Gubernatorial debate in Nairobi County on 29th June 2017 followed by Kisumu County on 30th June 2017 as part of nation-wide engagements with political leaders aimed at centralizing the economic agenda of the country in their leadership plans for the next five years.
Kenya Association of Manufacturers in partnership with KAIZEN Institute hosted the 13th KAM- KAIZEN Event on 22 – 23 June 2017. The annual event seeks to equip businesses leaders with techniques to maintain sustainable continuous improvements in processes, systems and people for increased profits.
As part of our endeavour to grow the economy through industrialization, Kenya Association of Manufacturers is engaging political leaders during this pre-election period with the aim of sharpening the focus on the economic agenda of this country in their political party manifestos.
The National Assembly adopted a report (attached) by the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources recommending suspension of the gazette notice – banning the use, manufacture and importation of plastic bags on 30th May 2017.
KAM launched its Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programme on 23rd May 2017 in Mombasa as part of the organization’s goal to bridge the skills gap in the country.
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