Kenya Australia Chamber of Commerce, KACC, is bilateral chamber of commerce which was founded in 2013 in Perth, Western Australia. It was launched by the former Australian High Commissioner, Geoff Tooth. KACC has operational offices in Kenya and Australia. We have strong working relationship with other chambers, businesses, governments, high commissions, federations of industry and commerce, consulates and multilateral corporate groups that promote bilateral trade between Kenya and Australia.
KACC is an independent institution that represents individuals and companies of different sizes across every sector of economy whose aim is to advance trade and business between Kenya and Australia. As Bilateral chamber of commerce we act as a bridge to our members in Kenya and Australia saving them valuable time and money: by offering practical services, access to a wide range of events linking the two business environments and access to a local network of trusted partners and contacts in different market sectors.
We promote, develop and further the economic well-being of our members by providing a collective voice in advocacy to represent and protect members’ interests and provide quality services to help members enhance their competitiveness and succeed in their businesses.
KACC promotes business opportunities but not limited to banking and finance, energy and mining, building and construction, agriculture, manufacturing, natural resources, infrastructure and environment. In the spirit of multilateralism, we have perpetually played a vital part in the political, economic, commercial and cultural interests of Kenyan and Australian people.
We endeavor through calculated efforts and informed decisions to deliver our mission and vision to our members and enhance effective business and trade relations between Australia and Kenya.