Role of ICDC in promoting Enterprises in Kenya

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ICDC Chief Manager Operations, Ms Mbatha Mbithi (left), tours the Sweet ‘n’ Dried Limited stand exhibiting under The Ministry of Industrialization.

What you need to know about ICDC

The Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation (ICDC) was established 60 years ago in 1954. The organization has great experience in promoting projects that can create jobs and wealth for Kenyans. They promote a great range of sectors in the economy. The organization aims at promoting companies that they think will end up becoming blue chip firms in the future.
If you are operating businesses in manufacturing, Financial Services, agro-processing and education sectors you stand a chance to get assistance from ICDC. 
ICDC stand at the Nairobi International Trade Fair 2014

There are many products provided by ICDC. This ranges from debt products (corporate loans, asset finance, contract finance). They also have a wide range of Equity products such as joint ventures. If you need Tender and Bid Bonds, you can find ICDC to be very useful. 

ICDC is known to provide flexible and very creative financial solutions. These are aimed at meeting your unique business needs. 

ICDC provides technical advisory services to their clients. This can be in the form of business plans, feasibility studies or internal audit services. 

If you have something to share with us about ICDC please do so on the comments section.
ICDC has invested in Kenya Wine Agencies Limited,  IDB Capital Kenya, Kenatco Taxis Limited, Uchumi Supermarkets, AON Insurance Brokers Limited, Eveready Batteries (EA)Limited and Agrochemical & Food Company Limited among other companies.

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Geoffrey Kerosi is a prolific Kenyan writer based in Nairobi City. Email: Skype: gkerosi Whatsapp: +254713 639 776 YouTube: Kerosi TV

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