The Ministry of Investments Trade and Industry (MITI) has partnered with The Association of Startup and SMEs Enablers of Kenya (ASSEK) on the Kenya Industry and Entrepreneurship Project (KIEP), a cutting-edge government initiative funded by World Bank, that will focus on identified constraints and support innovation and productivity growth in the country, reflecting the importance that the government places on supporting programs that respond to the evolving economic opportunities, and support innovation and productivity in enterprises to boost job creation and growth.
This partnership between the Ministry through the KIEP project and ASSEK aims to strengthen the entrepreneurship ecosystem, increase firm-level innovation and productivity, and develop technically skilled talent in the country. Key instruments include strengthening the capacity of the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem actors, boosting their institutional support, and managerial and technical skills, building linkages between traditional industries and startups, and upgrading their equipment and technology.

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