Agriculture is the largest contributor to Kenya’s gross domestic product (GDP). Agriculture is as well one of the Big Four Agenda of the Government. The major agricultural products in include tea, coffee, and horticultural products. As a destination Kenya has leading research institutions focused on innovation on crop protection and productivity towards the boost of food security. North and South Rift Kenya provide organizers of international conferences an array of unique locations to connect with the world’s foremost agricultural experts and top most researchers, advancing network connections along the way.
Kenya is the regional leader in ICT in East and Central Africa and considered as one of the top innovation hubs in sub-Saharan Africa. It is the top choice for Regional HQ for several blue chip technology companies operate out of Nairobi as the regional HQ for their East and Central Africa and African operations. ICT has been one of the main drivers of Kenya’s economic growth over the last decade. Kenya has been a home of genius innovations, for example the mobile money known as M- Pesa. M-PESA has captured the world’s attention not only because of its success, but also because it is offered by an unlikely financial services provider. Meeting in Kenya opens your team up to a host of new connections. Diverse, collaborative and a world-leader in innovation, Kenya’s hubs of innovation are a guaranteed pull conferences across the continuum of tech sub-sectors.
Kenya is already on the path to a green technology nation as more than 60 per cent of the electricity use comes from renewable sources, that is hydro, geothermal, wind and solar. Kenya has put more effort to make big leaps in its commitment to renewable energy. Kenya recently launched the Lake Turkana Wind Power project, Africa’s largest wind energy project and the biggest public-private investment.
Kenya’s tourism and hotel industry is growing faster in the sub-Sahara Africa. Kenya is a home to the enjoyable tropical climate. It is warm all year round, with plenty of sunshine. You are assured that your conference participants will be able to enjoy most activities on the beaches and in the national parks all year round. Because Kenya strides the equator almost in half, the seasonal temperature changes are not extreme. Kenya is a well-known destination in the world for ecotourism, which The International Ecotourism Society, or TIES, describes as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.” In Kenya ecotourism in Kenya is driven by public and private initiatives that revolve around the country’s diverse wildlife. Making Kenya as your conference destination you will have unique networking’s with the world’s foremost conservation experts and tourism researchers.
This area is predominantly agro based right now and assumes a significant role in increasing the value of farming yield by providing forward and in reverse linkages with farming area. Kenya is advancing improvement of Special Economic Zones (SEZs), Industrial Parks, Industrial Clusters, advancement of little and medium scale fabricating firms, advancement of specialty items, commercialization of innovative work results.