KAM launches Manufacturing Manifesto
KAM launched the Manufacturing Manifesto. The Manifesto highlights the importance of giving precedence to manufacturing in the country’s economic development plans.
The Manifesto highlights key areas, which if looked into, shall drive prosperity and empower citizens economically. These include macroeconomic issues, raising the export intensity of manufacturing, reducing the regulatory burden, raising investment for industry, providing public goods for manufacturing, driving counties’ industrial competitiveness, effective and pro-industry taxation structure and fully implementing existing manufacturing-centric policies.
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KAM participates in Dubai Expo 2020 Kenya Week
KAM participated in the Dubai Expo 2020 Kenya Week. The Expo is themed ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future.’ The Expo sought to create market linkages with both Government and businesses and to explore trade and investment opportunities.
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KAM meets KeNHA
KAM met Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA) to discuss transport infrastructure issues facing manufacturers. The meeting also focused on local content for the construction of the Westlands – James Gichuru Expressway.
SME Hub kicks off Innovation Programme
The Association kicked off the KAM SMEs Innovation Program.
The program, being run in partnership with GIZ Program for Promotion of Self Employment and Entrepreneurship in Kenya aims to enhance SMEs’ innovation to enable them survive the impact of COVID-19.
The programme’s intervention areas include:
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