The Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage, Madam Peninah Malonza, has today said that Kenya extends her arms wide open to all those who are eager to invest and capitalize on the abundant opportunities available in her thriving sectors of tourism, wildlife, and heritage. The CS said this during the opening ceremony of the 11th edition of the annual Africa Hospitality Investment Forum (AHIF), in Nairobi.
“Our nation’s commitment to economic growth, coupled with a supportive business environment, makes Kenya an ideal investment destination,” said the CS.
The CS also added that Kenya’s hospitality sector is thriving, offering splendid products and experiences that cater to the varied interests of travellers.
“From luxury resorts and boutique hotels to eco-lodges and community-based tourism initiatives, Kenya offers a wide range of options that appeal to all types of visitors,” added the CS.
Furthermore, the CS outlined some of the incentives that make it easier to invest in Kenya. They include; implemented measures to facilitate ease of doing business in Kenya, reduced bureaucratic hurdles, streamlined processes, investor-friendly policies, among others.
On the sustainability front, Kenya takes pride in her commitment to green energy and sustainability, having made strides in harnessing renewable energy sources, including geothermal, wind, and solar power.
“We have become a global leader in this field, providing investors with the opportunity to contribute to a clean and green future while enjoying the benefits of reliable and cost-effective energy. Invest in Kenya and embrace a future where business potential intertwines with environmental consciousness, cutting-edge technology that simplifies processes, and well-connected infrastructure that facilitates seamless connectivity,” said Malonza.