Kenya Chamber President and East African Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture CEO meets with the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General for the Great Lakes Region at the UN Complex, Gigiri, Nairobi.

 

EACCIA CEO and Business Development Adviser with some members of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council delegation at Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel, Nairobi on Tuesday, 6th August 2019.

 

Signing of an Agreement in our offices today between EACCIA  CEO and Orbit Tours & Travel Limited signifying our collaboration to support our members when organizing outward and incoming trade missions and delegations on 19th July, 2019. Orbit shall support various interventions such as visa processing, organizing for hotel bookings and proving air travel tickets, among other services.

 

EACCIA Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU and Mr. Vishal ACHARYA, Head of International Programmes for Octagon Communications Pvt Limited, India, exchanging documents after the two organizations agreed to work together by signing an MOU to strengthen this collaboration when Mr. ACHARYA visited our offices on 17th July, 2019.

 

Left: A group photo of participants attending the Regional Workshop on Integrating Public-Private Dialogue for Trade and Investment in Eastern Africa on 10th July 2019, at Mount Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania. Right: A representative of the DRC’s Federation of Enterprises of Congo (Chamber of Commerce) making a presentation during the Public - Private Dialogue meeting in Arusha.

Left: EACCIA CEO, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU giving his remarks at the Regional Workshop on Integrating Public-Private Dialogue for Trade and Investment in Eastern Africa. Right: EABC CEO, Amb. Peter MATHUKI giving his remarks.

 

EACCIA Business Development Adviser Ms. Joyce KIBET together with Ecozen Solutions representatives Mr. Ravindra DOLARE (Head Product Management) and Mr. Pramod MAJETY (Manager Special Project) during a meeting at the EACCIA office. Read more.

 

Ambassador Meles TIKEA, Ambassador of Embassy of The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia to Kenya, on the left, and M/s Joyce KIBET, EACCIA Business Development Adviser, on the right, during the First ever  Ethiopia - Kenya Business Forum at the Ethiopian Embassy on Thursday 27th June, 2019.

 

Right: EACCIA CEO, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU at KICC giving welcome remarks during the official opening of the 6th Print and Pack Expo on 25th June, 2019. Left: The CEO receiving a gift memento from the Secretary General of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Looking on is the Indian High Commissioner in Nairobi (on the left)

 

Panel discussion on the investment opportunities in the Great Lakes Region. Panelists included the UN Special Envoy, Mr. Huang XIA, the Prime Minister of Uganda, Dr. Rukuhana RUGUNDA, Dr. Richard SEZIBERA, Rwanda Foreign Minister and the USA Ambassador to the DRC. The panel was moderated by Gen. (Rtd) William E. WARD, on the extreme left.

EACCIA CEO, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU (on the left), Mr. Juliao DIMANDE, President of Mozambique Chamber of Commerce (centre) and Mr. Serigne DIENE, Senior Economic Affairs Officer at the Office of the UN Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region (on the right) at the Joachim Chissano Conference Centre, Maputo, Mozambique.

EACCIA CEO, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU and Dr. Richard Sezibera, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Rwanda at the meeting venue.

EACCIA CEO congratulating the UN Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region after the Panel Session on the Investment Opportunities in the Great Lakes Region.

Posing for a picture together with the Moderator for the Panel Session on the Great Lakes Region, Gen (Rtd) Ward, USA Army.

EACCIA CEO, Charles KAHUTHU making a contribution during the Panel Session on the Great Lakes Region investment opportunities  during the US-Africa Business Summit held at the Joachim Chissano Conference Centre, Maputo, Mozambique which took place on 20th June 2019.

 

EACCIA team led by the CEO, Charles KAHUTHU and Joyce KIBET met with the visiting delegation from China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), Beijing Sub-Council on 4th June, 2019 at the Heron Portico Hotel, Nairobi during the ongoing China Trade Week, Kenya 2019.

 

 

East African Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture signs an MOU during this year's China Trade Trade Week, with China Council for the Promotion of International Trade -Beijing Sub-Council on Wednesday 5th June.

 

EACCIA supported the China Trade Week 2019 which was held at the KICC, Nairobi, between 5th and 7th June 2019. Our partnership with MIE Events DMCC goes back to 2015, when we partnered with them to host the first China Trade Week KENYA. On the left is EACCIA CEO, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU making his opening remarks and on the right is the Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and ASAL, Mr. Eugene WAMALWA  giving key note address during the opening ceremony.

 

Joint ACP-EU Private Sector Development Framework: information, knowledge sharing and networking event in Mauritius, 14-17 May 2019. EACCIA CEO attended the event and later participated in a Steering Committee of the “Joint ACP-EU Platform for Private Sector Development” as a representative of the EAC private sector.

 

EACCIA is a key Partner of the upcoming 5th Edition of The China Trade Week and was represented at the Press Conference at Sarova Stanley Hotel-Nairobi, On Tuesday, 14th May.

 

On 3rd May, 2019, consultations for the UN Great Lakes Region Private Sector in Kigali, Rwanda.

 

On 26th April, 2019, members of the EACCIA Board of Directors during their meeting in Zanzibar.

 

EACCIA CEO witnessing the signing of the new EACCIA Statute by the leaders
of the various chambers of commerce and industry at Golden Tulip Hotel,
Zanzibar on 26th April, 2019.

 

On 25th April, 2019, in Zanzibar having a meeting with the Zanzibar Minister for Trade & Industry, Amb./Hon. Amina SALUM ALI (in the Centre). Next to her on her left is the Chairman of Kenya National Chamber, Mr. Kiprono KITTONY. EACCIA's CEO, Mr. Charles KAHUTHU on the Minister’s immediate right.