March, 10th, 2021 The Ministry of Industrialization, Trade, and Enterprise Development has launched a new business center in Eldoret, housed at the Kenya Bureau of Standards North Rift Regional headquarters.
The new center will provide essential business and trade services such as registration of tax compliance, support of MSMEs with loans, support of registration of branding, training of MSMEs on production, certification of products, accreditation of systems, promoting, regulating, and developing MSMEs under one roof.
According to Bernard Njiraini, Managing Director, KEBS, the opening of the new center in Eldoret is part of a collaborative role, under their parent ministry in an expansion strategy to reach local communities and MSMEs with timely government services.
“The opening of the new center in Eldoret is part of our collaborative role under our parent ministry in expansion strategy to reach local communities and MSMEs with timely government services in a bid to spur economic growth and boost trade in the region. We expect that the center will promote inclusive economic transformation by creating economic hubs that enable youth, women, and persons with disability to ably participate in economic activities and contribute to the attainment of Vision 2030,” said Lt Col (Rtd.) Bernard Njiraini, Managing Director, KEBS.
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