Namibia-Kenya Chamber of Commerce to launch in October

The Namibia-Kenya Chamber of Commerce is set to launch in October this year, aiming to bridge the gap between the two countries.

“We envision the chamber as a platform for investors and traders to explore opportunities in Kenya and Namibia,” founder Elvis Mboya says.

“These countries serve as gateways to vast markets – the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC),” he says.

The chamber builds on the success of the Namibia-Kenya Marketplace Global, a digital platform launched in 2020, which already connects over 1 500 businesses and professionals.

The chamber will also take over the organisation of the annual Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Expo, which was held in both Nairobi and Windhoek last year.

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