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Taita Taveta Chamber

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Creating a favourable business environment for enterprises of all kinds and sizes

The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), Taita Taveta Chapter, is a membership based Trade Support Institution (TSI) working to protect commercial and industrial interests of businesses in Taita Taveta County.

We advocate for the creation of a favourable commercial, trade and investment environment that supports enterprise expansion. Our members consist of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises.

SERVICES

Promotion of Direct Foreign Investment and Joint Ventures

Through KNCCI, our parent organisation, we advocate for direct foreign investments into the County and availing of joint venture opportunities to local businesses

Enterprise Development Support and Consulting

Together with KNCCI we nurture and support the County’s entrepreneurial culture on MSMEs strategy development, business registration, exports development, business regulations, among others

Finance and Technical Support

The Chamber through its large connection with different organizations and institutions both at the County and National levels also plays a major role in offering finance and technical support to local businesses

Business Networking

We provide a robust platform for business networking to exchange information, experiences and business opportunities both at the County and National levels

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Latest NEWS

  • Government urged to allow KNCCI to issue Certificates of Origin to traders
    The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry(KNCCI) has urged the government to allow the Organisation to issue Certificates of Origin for all exports from the country Speaking during the KNCCI Busia Chapter open day forum at the Busia Vocational Training Centre on Friday, the KNCCI President Richard Ngatia said … Read More