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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...
Introduction to Exporting-Enhance Your Capability to Export
Do you desire to start exporting or are you a new exporter and want to increase your exports?
The Export Promotion Council (EPC) whose mandate is to develop and promote Kenya’s exports of goods and services is carrying out a programme to assist new and potential exporters enhance their export the bronchure here......
EPC aims to enhance Kenya’s competitiveness and increase exports through quality Product Development and value addition of manufactured goods to assist new and potential exporters enhance their export capacity. In this financial year, EPC has planned to assist SMEs (particularly youth and women) from all 47 counties in Product Development and capacity building for the export more.....
The inaugural Kenya-Rwanda Services Exchange and Exhibition that was scheduled to take place in Kigali, from 5th -15th October, 2016 has been deferred and that subsequent dates will be communicated in due course once consultations have been completed.
This event portends a number of benefits to the Kenya-Rwanda relations and will lead to increasing the levels of engagements between the two countries. Any inconvenience arising from the deferment is highly regretted.

Agribusiness Information Portal
The portal is one of the output of the Technical Co-operation Programme entitled Strengthening Organizational and Institutional Capacities for Farmers Associations and Co-operative Societies which was a technical cooperation between the Government of Kenya and FAO. The other outputs achieved includes training of 200 leaders and co-operative officers, and the establishment of 12 Advisory centres(ADAS).FAO has decades of experience in supporting the agriculture, fisheries, forestry and livestock sectors in Kenya. FAO has the knowledge and know-how to develop and implement emergency and development programmes in the country. The Portal is housed in the website of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Cooperatives through the following link
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