The Rwanda and Kenya business forum is expected to be launched today, 11th July 2015 by President Paul Kagame at a function due to attract over 200 top executives from the private sectors of the two countries.
It is a significant development and Amb. Valentine Rugwabiza, the minister for East African Community affairs, believes it’s an opportunity for members of the private sector to explore business opportunities between two countries that enjoy warm diplomatic ties.
There will be over 200 participants in the large Serena Hotel conference hall, including a delegation of 34 business executives that travelled from Nairobi, led by Kiprono Kittony, the chairperson of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI).
Kittony’s delegation will join over 150 of their counterparts from the Private Sector Federation, whose membership comprises not only Rwandans but also Kenyans already operating in the country. Read more. Source | Foot Print to Africa