Commercial Section
Your introduction to our aims and core beliefs

The Mission of the Commercial section of the Kenya High Commission London, is to strengthen the economic  relations between Kenya  and the United Kingdom.  The Commercial section seeks to assist Kenyan Companies in becoming increasingly competitive on the UK market and works to attract foreign investments to Kenya. The section also promotes Kenya as the most favoured destination for tourism.

Aims of the Commercial Section
Promote Kenya’s trade and Commercial Interests in the U.K
Promote Kenya as a favoured destination for investment and tourism
Provide assistance and guidance to Kenyan  and UK companies that would like to explore business opportunities in the alternate country
Key Operations of the Commercial Sector

Through the following activities among others, the office is able to fulfil its mission to strengthen the economic relationship between Kenya and the United Kingdom

Liaise with the United Kingdom Trade and Investment Office (UKTI), DFID, and other government institutions relating to trade and investment.
Organize UK- Kenya Trade and Investment Forums
Assist with the assessment of viable investments for UK companies in Kenya as well for Kenyan companies looking to invest in the UK.
Maintenance of contacts with commercial, industrial, banking, shipping and financial firms in the UK.
Export promotion including organization of trade fairs and continuous assessment of market constraints or Kenyan products on the UK market with a view of easing them.
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Message from The High Commissioner
Notice to Members of the Public:

This is to notify you that Monday 21st October, 2019 is a public holiday in Kenya. The Mission shall hence remain closed this Monday.

We shall resume normal operations on Tuesday