1. PROPOSAL FOR A JOINT VENTURE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A MALL IN NAIROBI
Our Client, a company registered in Kenya, is looking to get into a joint venture with a person or a company in building what will be the biggest mall in Eastern and Central Africa. The company has already acquired the land measuring approximately six (6) hectares at a cost of Kshs.2.25 billion in the up market area of Gigiri in Nairobi the capital city of Kenya near one of Nairobi’s oldest shopping mall ‘the Village Market’.
The joint venture partner should be willing to invest the capital for the construction of the mall. Please contact us here for more information.
2. ESSENTIAL & SEED OILS COMPANY SEEKING PRIVATE INVESTORS
A farmers’ owned Essential Oils & Seed Oils Production Company located in the Great Rift Valley part of Kenya is raising finance through private investors to expand its production plant to meet the growing demand for its products. This is according to its 2013-2015 expansion plan.
Capital To Be Raised : USD 870,000
3. CENTRAL KENYA RESORT FOR LEASE
An existing resort on approximately 10 acres of land in Central Kenya is being leased out on a long-term basis.
4.JOINT VENTURE FOR PUTTING UP A HOTEL NEXT TO CHUKA UNIVERSITY
Following the results of a feasibility study, our client is looking for a joint venture partner to put up a contemporary hotel Next to Chuka University.
Our client has already secured the land and the hotel will be in a convenient and quiet environment – ideal for accommodation and holding corporate meetings, seminars, workshops and conferences.
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Investing in Kenya
Investing in Kenya is one of the best decisions you can ever make as an investor given the opportunities that exist in the country. The business environment in Kenya can be simply described as vibrant. For one, Kenya is the largest economy in the East African region with business opportunities ranging from Agriculture to Telecommunication, which has demonstrated exponential growth over the years.
The government has made considerable effort to create a favorable environment for both domestic and foreign investors to do business in Kenya across any sector of the economy. Kenya boasts of an equally vibrant human resource capital, comprising of well educated young professionals with immense talent to scale businesses to success.
There is a boom in business acquisitions as large companies move to claim a share of the Kenyan market by acquiring successful Kenyan businesses in their respective niches. Mergers and Acquisitions in Kenya are heating up. We are now witnessing a situation where mergers/acquisitions are taking place in business circles at phenomenal rates. The Kenyan market is dynamic and ready by any measure. With proper execution and the right approach, investors stand to achieve impressive ROI.