• July 6th, 2015
  • Posted by athanne

Kenya Business Review: Investment Climate in Kenya

The Investment Climate in Kenya is very lucrative since Kenya’s attractiveness as an investment destination is very catchy. Kenya and its Investment Climate are supported by various factors that favor both local and foreign investment. They include;

  • Political stability,
  • Stable economic policy environment,
  • Competitive investment incentives,
  • Guarantees to investors,
  • Strategic location and preferential access to regional and international markets,
  • Business friendly tax system
  • Abundant natural resources

The Kenyan Government encourages both local and foreign direct investment. Infact multinational companies make up a large percentage of Kenya’s industrial sector. It is the Government policy wish to encourage investment that will produce foreign exchange and provide employment. The Government has undertaken several measures to create an enabling environment. They also include;

  • Abolishing exchange controls,
  • Removing price controls,
  • Abolishing import licensing,
  • Opening up of the capital markets to foreign participation

Opportunities for investments in Kenya’s agricultural, industrial, and commercial sectors are an attractive way to improve the Investment Climate in Kenya. The investment opportunities are in horticulture, agro-processing, textiles and plastics, and pharmaceuticals, tourism, ICT operations and financial services.

Major Investors in Kenya who Affect Investment Climate in Kenya

  • July 5th, 2015
  • Posted by athanne

Human Resource Management Information System

Human Resource Management Information System refers to the systems and processes at the intersection between human resource management and information technology. A Human resource management system provides a single, accurate view of all human resource activities including recruiting, performance management, training, development and also compensation. Business Training in Kenya has more articles

When it comes to reducing workload and increasing efficiency and standardizing human resource progress Human resource management information system comes in handy. Human resource department plays a key role in the smooth running of operations of the company by tracking and analyzing the time keeping and work patterns of the workforce.

  • July 5th, 2015
  • Posted by athanne

Financial Management Information Systems

Financial Management Information Systems (FMIS) is responsible for the application/advancement and production support of automated systems, including PeopleSoft Financials, which are used within the Financial Management Division, namely the offices of the Bursar, Controller and Procurement and Support Services. Business Training in Kenya has more articles

Financial Management Information System delivers financial information to all financial managers within an institute. It assimilates financial and operational information from numerous sources. Financial MIS facilitates analysis by providing fast financial data. FMIS enables financial analysis from different aspects; time, product, customer. With Financial MIS, one can examine historical as well as current data. One is also able to monitor use of funds.

  • July 4th, 2015
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Ethics and the Law

In Ethics and the Law, businesses exist in the society because they deliver economic benefits, first to customers and then to employees and society in general. The government sanctions and establishes corporations and legally empowers them to make contracts, own property and to exist after founders die. Once established, government regulates and controls businesses through its legal processes, or through the laws and procedures for enforcing laws and regulating behavior. Business Training in Kenya has more articles.