Kenya’s tech start-up ecosystem is often touted as a success for other nations to emulate – it is the Silicon Savannah after all.
There are a number of legal considerations start-ups must consider when setting up and running their companies. Make sure you do your homework to ensure you’re not falling foul of any regulations
Nairobi attracts entrepreneurs who have graduated from some of the top universities around the world, many of them non-Kenyans.
There is a growing number of start-ups in Kenya, and more international funders (both impact and traditional) entering the market to satisfy the demand for finance.
One group that is anecdotally overlooked when it comes to fundraising are female founders. Hard data on whether women are over- or under-funded relative to men is difficult to come by says Andia Chakava of New Faces New Voices, an advocacy group that promotes women in finance.