Over 80% of the population has access to financial services, with the country striving for 100% by 2030.
Nairobi’s tech scene continues to evolve and has helped transform banking, access to clean energy, agriculture, healthcare and education.
In addition, the available tech infrastructure provides flexible working solutions for agile business to thrive.
Despite the recent economic slowdown across the globe, the World Bank expects Kenya’s economic growth to rebound to 4.5% in 2022, illustrating the country’s resilience.
The city is affordable, vibrant and is the only capital city in the world to have a national park within its boundaries.
Kenya has developed a framework for the issuance of green instruments and the first green bond began trading on the Nairobi Securities Exchange in January 2020.