The Embassy, opened in October 2014, focuses on the three key pillars of Ireland’s new Foreign Policy – serving people, enhancing prosperity and promoting the values of the Irish people.
The Embassy works to enhance the political and economic relationship between Ireland and Kenya that will deliver economic growth and jobs; maintain and strengthen links with the Irish diaspora; and promote Ireland and Irish culture.
The Embassy acts as a liaison, to promote trade, tourism and inward investment to Ireland.
Telephone: +254 020 513 5300
Enterprise Ireland (EI) is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. EI works in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets.
Enterprise Ireland’s extensive range of services is includes funding support, export assistance and incentives to stimulate in-company research and development.
Kenya Contact Details:
Ms. Lisa Källbäck
Trade Representative – Kenya
Mobile number: +254 711 625 308
Dublin Contact Details:
Telephone: +353 (1) 7272000
|Capital Markets Authority||Central Bank of Kenya|
|Central Statistics Organization/Ireland||Council of Governors|
|Embassy of Ireland in Kenya||Export Promotion Council|
|Federation of Kenya Employers||Huduma Centre|
|International Monetary Fund||Kenya Association of Manufacturers|
|Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Services||Ministry of Land Housing and Urban Development|
|Nairobi Security Exchange||Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS)|
|Kenya National Chambers of Commerce and Industry||Kenya Private Sector Alliance|
|Kenya Revenue Authority||Kenya Investment Authority|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade||Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Co-operatives|
|Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government (Directorate of Immigration and Registration of Persons)||The National Treasury|
|Office of the Attorney General (Registrar of Companies)||Oxford Business Group|