‘The year 2022 is going to be fantastic,’ says Benson Kioko Kasue, as the East Africa Business Network (EABN) reaches new heights. Benson is a graduate of Brigham Young University (Marriott School of Management) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Utah. He is the Treasurer and Board Member of the EABN and the African Diaspora Development Institute, Global Director for Trade and Investment, and Ambassador for the East African Community in the United States (David Eccles School of Business). Benson fosters investments and commerce while also managing resource mobilisation activities in East Africa that save lives by delivering food and water to people in need.

‘We are already marketing our forthcoming East Africa Business Network’s 17th Annual Trade and Investment Conference and Socially Good Partnerships 365 days a year,’ explains Benson. Benson has worked tirelessly for the past seventeen years as Co-Founder of the East Africa Chamber of Commerce (EACC), connecting global investors and business leaders to the East African Community (EAC) to enhance the lives and livelihoods of so many people.

‘Benson Kasue’s work, and that of the East Africa Business Network, is very significant for Kenya since it helps solve unemployment and generates sustainable possibilities,’ says Benson. Maintain your efforts.’ President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta

The EABN and its corporate funders, sponsors, and partners are creating socially good for a brighter tomorrow by weaving a tapestry of wealth via their yearly promotion. The EABN is devoted to make practical advances in the quality of life by showcasing African culture, food, music, education, fashion, entrepreneurship, technology, energy, clean water, and agriculture alongside worldwide “best practises.” This year, during the EABN’s 17th Annual Trade & Investment Conference, you may expand your network as a donor or sponsor.

The East African Community (EAC) has benefited from the EACC’s annual conference, which is attended by Ambassadors, Parliament Members, Governors, and prominent business leaders from the EAC and around the world. The EACC was founded in 2005 by a group of American investors and business leaders and has successfully served the EAC for the past seventeen years by providing international trade and investment opportunities through our annual conference.

Annual trade and investment conferences began in 2013 with global industry experts promoting sustainable solutions in areas such as mobile banking, agribusiness, manufacturing, telecommunications, energy, education, healthcare, women’s leadership, real estate, and clean water. In 2022, the East Africa Chamber of Commerce changed its name to the East Africa Business Network, a 501(c)(6) ‘Business League’ that facilitates substantial investments in programmes that are simply, socially, and good.