What’s New –Association of startups and SME Enablers in Kenya ASSEK and Konza Technopolis Development Authority KoTDA have signed an innovation booster MoU.
The two organizations will from today Monday March 27 start working together to boost innovations and other technological initiatives in the country.
In their statement seen by Pesatoday.com, the two will utilize existing innovation platforms, conduct joint innovation initiatives and jointly lobby for innovation policies development starting with the Startup Bill already before the Senate.
When ASSEK will be leveraging its membership network and partnerships, on the other hand, KoTDA will provide infrastructural support and international linkages to actualize the goals in their MoU signed today.
“Today, we have signed an engagement to ensure that we support startups by enabling them to scale to the next level because we see startups as a solution to some of our national challenges. These startups will also create opportunities for our young people and grow our country’s economy. We are looking forward to making this engagement a success,” Eng. John Tanui, Chief Executive Officer of KoTDA noted.
This commercial engagement with ASSEK will also seek to tap into the global networks to enhance networks with Kenyan startups while creating opportunities to tap into the investment opportunities available at the ‘marketful’ Konza center.
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