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Understanding the Kenyan start-up ecosystem

The Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (“FCDO”) commissioned a research on “Understanding the Kenyan start-up ecosystem” in 6th December, 2021

The objectives of the research are:

  • To outline the Change/evolution in the Kenyan start-up ecosystem over the last 10 years differentiated by gender, rural vs. urban, geography, and other relevant socioeconomic factors.
  • To analyze the impact of the Kenyan start-up ecosystem on the development of the Kenyan economy, SDGs and relevant policy objectives and how the lessons of the past be used to inform future programming, diplomacy and policy decisions.
  • To generate illustrative and representative case studies on entrepreneurship journeys within the Kenyan start-up ecosystem and how policy and governance changes can be proposed and adopted to encourage the future success of enterprises.
  • To interpret and synthesis the key messages for future strategic development programming, diplomacy and policy dialogue with regards to investing in and
    supporting the start-up ecosystem in Kenya.

These institutions have a reach of start-ups in all the 47 counties. Apart from the partners, Kenyatta University has established networks with other key stakeholders in the start-up ecosystem in Kenya including innovation hubs, investors, and providers of business development services for start-ups.


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