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Welcome to EPC
ImageThe Export Promotion Council (EPC) is Kenya’s premier institution in the development and promotion of export trade. Established in 1992, EPC’s primary objective was to address bottlenecks that were facing exporters and producers of export goods and services with a view to increasing the performance of the export sector. The Council was therefore established for the purpose of giving an outward orientation to an economy that was hitherto inward .. Read More...
 
EMPLOYMENT FRAUDSTERS
The Export Promotion Council (EPC) wishes to caution members of the public against fraudsters posing as recruitment consultants for the 25 vacant positions that the organization advertised through the local newspapers in December 2017. The Council clarifies that it has not hired any external recruitment consultant for the advertised positions and no fee is being charged, contrary to the information being presented by the fraudsters.
The Council confirmed that the application period for the vacancies closed on 20th December 2017 and review & shortlisting of candidates is now ongoing.  Members of the public can seek further clarification from the Human Resource Office on using the official contacts found on this website.
 
MONTHLY ECONOMIC AND EXPORT REVIEW
Kenyan economic growth trajectory has been greatly affected by a number of factors or odds in 2017.  Firstly, adverse weather conditions in the first half of the year greatly affected food production.  The food shortage experienced culminated into significant increases in food prices during the first and second quarters of 2017. However, with the good rains thereafter improved the food production and it is anticipated that will further improve food supply better compared to 2016. Secondly, the heightened political uncertainties during the prolonged electioneering period in 2017 affected private sector growth ....download full report here....

 
Kenya Moves Up 12 Positions In World Bank Ease Of Doing Business Index
Kenya jumped 12 places globally in the World Bank ease of doing business index to position 80 out of 190 global economies and 3rd most reformed economy in Sub-Saharan Africa for 2018. The following business reforms were noted;
  • Starting a Business: Start up procedures for setting up a business are merged...read more... 
 
THE 6TH EDITION OF THE AFRICA CEO FORUM IN ABIDJAN, NIGERIA ON THE 26-27 MARCH 2018.
The AFRICA CEO FORUM is the foremost international meeting for African and international CEOs, bankers and investors, and this 6thedition will bring together over 1000 participants from more than 63 countries around the globe, including 43 African countries.
 With the global economic slowdown posing a challenge to the growth of African economies, the upcoming edition of the AFRICA CEO FORUM reflects the will of participants, African companies and countries, to revitalize investment flows toward the African continent in order to drive the implementation of their infrastructure and development projects.......read more.... 

 
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