Special Release: Kenya Country Report

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Kenya Country Report

This comprehensive report provides an overview of several sectors associated with the economy and business environment in Kenya.

Here are a few highlights:

  • Global Talent Competitiveness: This section assesses Kenya’s competitive stature on global scale in terms of various parameters like overall talent competitiveness, Regulatory landscape, market landscape, formal education, sustainability etc. For example, Kenya’s Overall Global Talent Competitiveness stands at a rank of 96 worldwide.
  • Country Reports: This covers GBS/BPO and CX highlights, credit ratings, economic overviews, SWOT analysis, major operators and brands, ICT and ITO services and many more critical factors contributing to the business environment.
  • Kenya Macroeconomic and Business Overview: This provides an understanding of Kenya’s political161. The report gives an overview of Global Business Services (GBS) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) market sizes and workforce sizes.
  • It also includes aggregated cost data, sourcing data and provides information on addressable talent pools.
  • Country specific reports detail credit ratings, economic and business overviews, SWOT analysis for GBS/BPO, and information on the ICT and transport infrastructure, among other things.
  • The report specifically highlights Kenya’s Global Talent Competitiveness. For example, Kenya ranks 96th overall in Global Talent Competitiveness, 31st in the business and labor landscape, and 29th in employability.
  • It provides insight into Kenya’s macroeconomic and business environment, detailing the legislative and political171. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the Global Business Services (GBS) / Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector including market and workforce sizes, aggregated costs, and talent pool data.
  • It outlines the impact sourcing data and gives a macro overview while also providing country rankings and scores.
  • A dedicated section on Kenya’s Global Talent Competitiveness ranks its various aspects. Notably, Kenya has high rankings for its business and labor landscape (31st) and employability (29th) but lower in other areas such as Lifestyle (126th).
  • The country reports include comprehensive information about key sectors and elements like credit ratings, economic overviews, SWOT analyses, ICT and transport infrastructure, property market, investment environment, and global competitiveness.
  • Reviewing the socio-economic landscape in Kenya, the report mentions the Consumer Protection Act (2012) that safeguards the economic welfare of consumers in Kenya.
  • Information about Kenya’s political environment, social and welfare initiatives, and the legislative environment provide an understanding of the broader factors influencing the business sector.
  • The document highlights the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF), a compulsory scheme for salaried employees, and Vision 2030, a development plan aimed at transitioning Kenya to a middle-income economy.