Our local team
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Our local team
Access to the Kenyan market
Larive has been active in Kenya since 2012
Lattice Consulting represents the Larive Group in Kenya. Together we support our clients with business intelligence, market entry and growth strategies, implementation, post-entry services, Public Private Partnerships, grants and finance.
Lattice has a proven track record in helping clients solve complex business problems to propel their growth. As our partner, Lattice walks together with clients in their East African market entry strategies by providing locally rooted legal and investment services.
The local team is headed by Winnie Ouko and Kellen Murungi. From the Kenyan office, the team also serves the local markets of Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania.
Kenya is a country located in East Africa, with a population of over 50 million people. The country’s economy has experienced consistent growth in recent years, with a focus on key sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Kenya is a regional hub for trade and commerce that offers access to key markets in Africa.
The Kenyan economy is driven by its agricultural sector, which contributes significantly to the country’s GDP. The country is well-known for its tea, coffee, and flower exports, with significant demand from international markets. The manufacturing sector is also growing rapidly, with investments in the production of textiles, leather goods, and food processing.
International businesses looking to invest in Kenya can take advantage of the country’s strategic location, with access to key markets in Africa. The country’s young and educated workforce, with proficiency in English, offers a valuable asset for foreign investors. Kenya also offers various incentives to encourage foreign investment, such as tax breaks and streamlined business registration procedures.
There are many opportunities for foreign businesses looking to invest in Kenya, including the growing technology and innovation sector, which has become a major contributor to the country’s economy. The country’s infrastructure development plan, known as the “Big Four Agenda,” presents opportunities for foreign companies looking to invest in the country’s transportation and infrastructure sectors.
The Kenyan government is committed to supporting foreign investment and is currently implementing various initiatives to promote ease of doing business and encourage foreign investment. With its strategic location, growing economy, and a wide range of investment opportunities, Kenya presents promising opportunities for business development.