Since its inception, Business Ireland Kenya (BIK) has worked to become a well – renown business association that works to enhance membership through a combination of strategies that include value-adding activities, collaboration with key partners, sharing of insightful resources and the leadership of an excellent Steering Committee. While 2021 has been a challenging year, we…
Business Ireland Kenya (BIK) is the Irish Business Chamber in Kenya, BIK promotes trade and investment between Ireland and Kenya.
BIK provides a platform for networking and sharing of information on the business environment in Kenya and Ireland, including local context, business opportunities, challenges, lessons learned, access to key partnerships and interpretation of evolving statutory and regulatory environments.
BIK is an initiative of the Embassy of Ireland in Kenya, which created the association in 2013 to support trade ties between the two countries. BIK has an active and connected membership with an engaging schedule of value-adding activities and partnerships for your business.
Anyone with business operations that span Ireland and Kenya, or who wishes to establish similar operations, is welcome to join BIK.
Joining the network provides opportunities to explore trade and investment opportunities between Kenya & Ireland, access key economic insights, build helpful business connections, participate in high-level interactions & more.
Contact the Secretariat via email@example.com to learn about membership benefits and engagements for 2022.
News & Events
DATE: FRIDAY, 10TH DECEMBER VENUE: TAMARIND TREE HOTEL PAX: 40 FORMAT: HYBRID Agenda Welcome by Stephen Fagan: Co-Chair of Business Ireland Kenya AGM Elements: Review of 2021 activities Presentation of accounts Election of Office Bearers Amendments to the Constitution Keynote Address by Mr. Edward Mungai – Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) and…
On Tuesday, 24th November Business Ireland Kenya hosted an engaging and motivating webinar themed ‘Women in Business – perspectives on entrepreneurship, inclusion and talent development. The session was an informative discussion with an excellent panel of speakers including H.E. Amb Fionnuala Quinlan – Ambassador of Ireland to Kenya, Ms. Ilanna Darcy – Former Acting CFO…