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2023 Exhibitors

Taka Taka Ni Mali

We are a woman-led not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to enhancing the underdeveloped waste management ecosystem in Kenya.

Riziki Source

Riziki Source is a social enterprise enabling access to job opportunities for persons with disabilities in Kenya. We use technology to connect employers with persons with disabilities looking for jobs


We are an Affordable, Reliable and
Cleane-mobility solutions for rapidly growing African Cities. We aim to be the leading Battery-as-a-Service (BaaS) infrastructure provider for electric 2 & 3 wheel vehicles across Africa.

Sasa Kazi

Sasakazi serves as the gateway for businesses across Africa to access the continent’s top tech talent required to unlock the full potential of the digital future.


The International Veterinary Vaccinology Network is a global community of scientists and industry partners focusing on developing vaccines against important animal diseases.


We are a new and innovative social venture that uses pineapple waste to craft a range of eco-friendly products like shoes and bags which we sell to eco conscious millenials around the world.


We are social environmental enterprise that tries to solve the problem of market food waste from the municipal markets. We convert the waste into an organic fertilizer for use in crop production thus ensuring nutrients recycling and carbon sequestration into the soil.


We are social environmental enterprise that tries to solve the problem of market food waste from the municipal markets. We convert the waste into an organic fertilizer for use in crop production thus ensuring nutrients recycling and carbon sequestration into the soil.


Bomas of Kenya was established to Preserve, Maintain and Promote the Rich Diverse cultural values of various ethnic groups of Kenya and to act as a tourist attraction centre thus Bomas of Kenya is expected to preserve the authenticity of the Kenya’s Cultural values and to portray them in the pure form.


Saba was founded with ethical fashion at heart and spirit to empower not just those that create it, but those who wear it.
A juxtapose of Kenya’s captivating diverse culture and ethnicity and contemporary art; allows us to create not just affordable, effortless, modern African style but a feeling, a feeling of Africa while leading the way for socially-conscious business.


Kibuye Market Waste Management ensures zero hunger through sustainable waste management. Where they convert waste generated from the market into charcoals briquettes, pellets, animal feeds, biogas, bio-fertilizer and compost manure. They also do table banking and loaning among the members to keep our activities moving.


Senses Hub is the brainchild of Hope Tech,
a pioneering assistive device development company, and a collective of like-minded individuals passionate about fostering an inclusive society. Our mission is to break down barriers, challenge the status quo, and pave the way for inclusivity and accessibility.
At the heart of Senses Hub is a diverse and dynamic team

Carbon Zero

Carbon Zero Mobility (CZM) Ltd is a Kenyan Company established in 2021 to provide sustainable Net Zero transport solutions for the African Market.
CZM Assembles , distributes and services electric vehicles under the “Dominion” Brand . Its two wheelers vehilcles include, Dominion 300 and Dominon 150.


Fibertext elegantly addresses a big environmental challenge in Kenya.
Banana tree stalks are discarded haphazardly (bad) or burned (worse) after the trees are no longer suitable for banana cultivation. Or they end up in landfills, contributing to methane production (even worse).


Hope Technology is one of the world leaders in engineering bicycle components. Since 1989, owners Ian Weatherill and Simon Sharp have been pushing the industry forward through designing, testing and manufacturing virtually all products in-house at the factory in Barnoldswick, United Kingdom.


As a nature-inspired, science-driven, and youth-led social enterprise, we are committed to delivering quality products to the consumer, value to the farmer, sustainability to the environment, and fulfillment to our dedicated team of professionals.


The Research and Innovation Systems for Africa (RISA) Fund is a multi-country project, funded by the UK, through the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), to support research and innovation systems strengthening in Africa.


The Funguo Innovation Programme (also simply referred to as “FUNGUO”) was born out of the Tanzania innovation ecosystem’s desire to have a more viable and sustainable replacement of the former UKaid-funded Human Development Innovation Programme (HDIF) to continue promoting innovation and supporting innovative startups and MSMEs in Tanzania.


Hisi Studio is a Kenyan fashion design studio that creates adaptive fashion for individualswith visual impairments. The studio was started in 2019 as a senior year design projectby Angela Wanjiku, who studied textile design at the University of Nairobi. Hisi Studio’sadaptive design methods include incorporating braille logos that translate intomotivational phrases, such as “Contend Your Future” and …

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What is the theme of Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

The theme of Kenya Innovation Week 2023 – Commonwealth Edition is “Innovating to Unlock Our Common Wealth.”

When is Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition taking place?

Kenya Innovation Week 2023 – Commonwealth Edition will be held from 27th November to 1st December 2023.

Who are the expected attendees of Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

The event aims to gather thousands of people, including government leaders, global development leaders, startups and innovators, private sector representatives, academia and researchers, funders and investors, youth and students, and trade organization representatives.

Why should I attend Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

Attending Kenya Innovation Week 2023 – Commonwealth Edition provides several benefits based on your interests and career path. Startups can feature their businesses to potential clients and investors, investors can explore lucrative investment opportunities, government leaders can gain first-hand evaluation on driving change, academia and researchers can obtain information from experienced experts, policy makers can gain greater insights and global perspectives, youth and students can interact and network with other innovative students, and the private sector can network and gain meaningful insights and investments.

What can I expect to experience at Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

Kenya Innovation Week 2023 – Commonwealth Edition promises to unite top experts and innovators to share insights for navigating uncertain times. You can expect inspiring keynotes, panel discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities. It is the perfect platform for business owners, entrepreneurs, and anyone eager to learn from the best.

Who are the speakers at Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

The event will feature a star-studded line-up of world-renowned speakers and industry leaders who will deliver thought-provoking keynotes, interactive sessions, and panel discussions. The website doesn’t provide specific names, but you can stay updated on the event’s website for the latest information.

Can I participate as an exhibitor at Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

Yes, you can showcase your brand and participate as an exhibitor at Kenya Innovation Week 2023 – Commonwealth Edition. The website invites interested parties to express their interest in showcasing their brand. Further details about locations and booth availability will be shared with those who express interest.

What were some highlights from Kenya Innovation Week 2022?

Kenya Innovation Week 2022 was a successful and dynamic event that brought together innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, and government officials. Over 90% of attendees rated the event as excellent or very good. Keynote sessions were highly rated, and there was overwhelmingly positive feedback from exhibitors, visitors, and international partners.

How can I buy tickets for Kenya Innovation Week 2023 - Commonwealth Edition?

You can find the option to buy tickets on the Kenya Innovators Week 2023 website. Tickets are available for both foreign delegates and local delegates. The prices for a 1-day ticket are USD 50 for foreign delegates and KES 7,500 for local delegates. 5-day tickets are also available at USD 220 for foreign delegates and KES 30,000 for local delegates.

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