The East Africa Chamber of Commerce (EACC), in collaboration with the Council of Governors of Kenya and the East African Business Council, hosted its 15th annual conference completely online this year.
Though it was their first virtual event, the conference was abundant with panelists and attendees who were eager to discuss a variety of topics including sessions in Real Estate, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Energy, Education, Healthcare, Finance, Youth and Economic Empowerment, and the ever-growing Women Connecting Women.
The EACC was formed with the vision to advance the social and economic development relationship between businesses and governmental agencies of East Africa and the U.S. With the endorsement of the governments of East Africa, through their Washington embassies, the Chamber is seeking membership, partnership and affiliations that will enable it to meet its objectives of: (1) representing the emerging markets of its member countries, and (2) providing access to networking and consultation opportunities required for the success of business development and enhancement.
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