• EIMA Delegation
    EIMA Delegation
    A Delegation of EAEA Members involved in Agribusiness at the Italian Embassy in Kampala. They were sent off by H.E. Domenico Fornara
  • EAC Intellectual Property Workshop
    EAC Intellectual Property Workshop
    Workshop to Validate the Draft Report for the EAC Regional Policy for Science Technology and Innovation and Intellectual Property on 24th-25th September 2018 at Kenya School of Monetary Studies, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Uganda-DRC Business Forum
    Uganda-DRC Business Forum
    The 7th Session of Uganda-DRC Joint Permanent Commission Senior officials meeting at Speke Resort Munyonyo, Meera conference hall. Strengthen cooperation between Uganda and DRC.
  • COMESA Competition Commission Training
    COMESA Competition Commission Training
    Sensitization And Training Of District Commercial Officers And Private Sector Umbrella Organizations On Competition Law And Practices At Ridar Hotel-Uganda 27th -28th September 2018
  • EAEA agri-business Members who attended the National Ploughing Championship, Dublin, Ireland 2018
  • Members of EAEA at a press meeting at the Irish Embassy in Kampala
  • A Delegation of EAEA Members at the Irish Embassy Kampala, before they set off to Ireland to attend the National Ploughing Championship
  • Ensuring that Entrepreneurs’ Interactions with national, regional & international organizations are mutually beneficial (Win-Win strategy).
  • Enhancing Skilled Human Capacity Development
  • We work to support the EAC economic, political, social and cultural integration
  • Promotion and development of markets both locally, regionally and internationally
  • Advocating for the rights of Entrepreneurs at all relevant national & regional fora, this includes but not be limited to: i) Government Ministries, departments and Authorities ii) Non-governmental organizations. iii) Councils and Municipalities iv) Any other relevant local, regional and international fora.
  • Encouraging the development of infrastructure (factory shells, incubation centers e.t.c) for the promotion of Entrepreneurs activities


Kenya is a country located in East Africa, known for its vibrant business environment. The Kenyan economy is largely dependent on agriculture, manufacturing, and service industries. In recent years, the country has been making significant strides in promoting business growth, attracting foreign investment, and increasing its participation in global trade.

In terms of imports, Kenya mostly relies on imports of machinery and transport equipment, petroleum products, and chemicals. According to the World Bank, in 2020, Kenya’s imports were valued at around $16.4 billion. The country imports most of its goods from China, India, and the United Arab Emirates.

On the other hand, Kenya’s major exports include tea, coffee, cut flowers, vegetables, and fruits. In 2020, Kenya’s exports were valued at around $6.3 billion. Its major export destinations are the European Union, the United States, and neighboring countries in East Africa.

One of the most significant developments in Kenya’s business landscape is the growth of the technology industry. The country is home to numerous technology startups, and its government has implemented policies aimed at promoting innovation and entrepreneurship. In recent years, Kenya has emerged as a hub for mobile payments and has become a leader in mobile banking.

Additionally, the country has a large and growing tourism industry, which is a significant contributor to its economy. Kenya’s wildlife, beaches, and natural beauty attract visitors from all over the world.

Kenya is a country with a diverse and dynamic business environment. The country’s imports and exports are worth billions of dollars, and it has made significant progress in attracting foreign investment, promoting innovation, and increasing its participation in global trade. With a growing technology industry and a thriving tourism sector, Kenya is well-positioned for continued economic growth and development.