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Traders network at Irish-Kenyan forum

BIK event took place at dusitD2 on Tuesday

In Summary

• They gathered insights from different speakers and partners on investment opportunities

DusitD2 MD Michael Metaxas and MML Turner & Townsend senior project manager Jack O’Regan
DusitD2 MD Michael Metaxas and MML Turner & Townsend senior project manager Jack O’Regan
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Professionals with ties to Ireland and Kenya met at dusitD2 on Tuesday to share information and resources courtesy of Business Ireland Kenya.

Members and guests got a chance to engage and discuss potential partnerships in their businesses. In attendance was Irish Ambassador Fionnuala Quinlan.

BIK was established by The Embassy of Ireland in 2014. The association holds regular meetings throughout the year for members to gather insights from different speakers and partners for investment and trade opportunities.

BIK chair Darren Gillen welcomes guests
BIK chair Darren Gillen welcomes guests
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Virginia Njeri and Kenneth Gitonga
Virginia Njeri and Kenneth Gitonga
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Emeralds Agencies marketing manager Susan Mwelu receives an award from Irish Ambassador Fionnuala Quinlan
Emeralds Agencies marketing manager Susan Mwelu receives an award from Irish Ambassador Fionnuala Quinlan
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Mike Craig and Paul Rees
Mike Craig and Paul Rees
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Farm Africa strategic adviser Tom Cadogan, Amb Quinlan and Charles Kagure
Farm Africa strategic adviser Tom Cadogan, Amb Quinlan and Charles Kagure
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New Zealand Consulate Honorary Consul Stewart Laird Henderson gives a gift to Echo Mobile sales lead Dorcas Wanza
New Zealand Consulate Honorary Consul Stewart Laird Henderson gives a gift to Echo Mobile sales lead Dorcas Wanza
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