With a consistently growing GDP and a robust private sector, Kenya is among the top 10 largest and most competitive markets in Sub-Saharan Africa.
GDP: USD 110 billion
Growing at an average of 5% from 2004 until 2022
Population: 54 million
Nairobi’s population has more than doubled over the last 15 years reaching 4.4mio expected to reach almost 7 million by 2030
Politically and economically, Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, is one of Africa’s most significant and influential cities.
Nairobi is a vital commercial and financial hub, home to the regional headquarters of various major international companies and organizations including the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Office at Nairobi, which serves as the UN’s main regional coordination office for Africa and the Middle East.
Nairobi’s vibrant technology community is already known as the “Silicon Savannah” and the Kenyan government is committed to establishing Nairobi as the premier destination for tech sector investment and innovation in Africa.