“The deal will see the firm engage local supply chain in knowledge transfer and upskilling over the coming 12 months,” the officials said.
The office, the firm said, will also assist a number of East African companies to engineer, procure and construct projects ranging from utility, infrastructure, industrial and sustainable energy.
Online payment platform PiPiT announced an investment of Sh224.5 million in digital payment platform Cellulant as well as in Takawal, a Kenyan bank.
The partnership will enable Takawal customers and Cellulant users to send money home and pay bills.
Animal husbandry inputs supplier Nutribio has announced a Sh145.9 million annual manufacturing partnership with Norbrook East Africa in the next three years.
Anam Technologies has expanded into Kenya by opening a new African headquarters in Kenya while Social Media and Oracle have signed an agreement to offer digital skills training.
Trinity College Dublin signed a partnership agreement with the International Livestock Research Institute in Kenya.
The Irish government through its Nairobi’s office announced a grant of Sh112.2 million on dairy production at farm level.