Monday, 28th September 2020
12:00PM -1:30PM EAT
The Kenya Startup Bill has been published. With this Bill, Kenya inches
closer to joining the ranks of Tunisia and Senegal that have been the first
two African countries with Startup specific legislation, away from
legislation that deals with small and medium-sized enterprises. This
legislation distinguishes itself by focusing on businesses operating in the
technology and tech innovation sector across various industries, which are
more popularly known as tech startups.
The Public Policy Discussion will centre on the environment that the Bill
envisions as far as the future of Startups in Kenya is concerned. This will
impact you in more ways than you know it. Join the discussion.
*Sign Up Here: bit.ly/StartupBillKenya <bit.ly/StartupBillKenya>*
*Linda Bonyo* (Ms.) | CEO, *Lawyers Hub *
*Tech for Justice*
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