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									Economist Conferences’
First Business Roundtable with the Government of Kenya
Making Kenya the undisputed business hub of East Africa

July 17th-18th 2007
InterContinental, Nairobi

EABC members save EUR 200 off the standard registration fee.

Join Kenya’s political and business elite at this exclusive forum

Kenya’s hard-won position as East Africa’s business hub looks secure. But how will the
emergent customs union alter the regional landscape? How can today’s government ensure
Kenya is ready for tomorrow? What does business want from government and how can the
operating environment be further strengthened?

For the first time, Economist Conferences will convene Kenya’s business and political
leadership to debate these questions. As a delegate at the First Business Roundtable with
the Government of Kenya, you will be among select company. Those invited to participate
have the strategic vision and business savvy to effect real change in Kenya.
A high-level meeting focused on core strategic issues for Kenyan business
The wide-ranging agenda will introduce some of the most pressing topics for any business
active in Kenya:

    What’s driving growth in Kenyaand what’s holding it back?

    How can the government turn its vision into sustainable realityand what is the role
     of the private sector?

    What is the ideal blend of monetary and fiscal policies for Kenya?

    How does business see Kenya’s infrastructure challengesfrom better roads to port

    Is business ready to play its part in stimulating regional development?

    Beyond national borderswhat are the prospects for Kenya in the East African
     Community and internationally?

Why you should attend

    Acquire first-hand insights into the thinking of key ministers in the Kibaki government.

    Gain privileged access to the policymakers with the power to affect the business
     environment you operate in.

    Network with your peers from the upper levels of Kenyan business.

    Hear how Economist Intelligence Unit regional experts expect Kenya to perform over
     the next 12 months.

    Enhance your understanding of the trends and developments driving change in
     Kenyan business.

    Forge high-level contacts with business leaders, power-brokers and politicians.
    Discover the inside information that could make a difference to your business
     planning over the coming year.

Ensure you are there too—reserve your place today.
Destined to become THE annual meeting between business and government in Kenya, this
Roundtable offers you the chance to get in on the ground floor. As with all Economist
Conferences meetings, demand for places is strong and we must allocate them on a strictly
first-come-first-served basis. Please make your reservation today.

EABC members save EUR 200 off the standard registration fee.
To register or for further information, please contact:

Liana Traugott-Hazlie
Client Relations Executive
Tel: (43 1) 712 41 61 46
Fax: (43 1) 712 41 65

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