Ibuka Program by Nairobi Securities Exchange, What is it and Who is it For?

Ibuka Program

Focused on supporting business growth through a well-structured program that will prepare companies to list or access various capital options offered in the market in line with strategic priorities, Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) launched Ibuka Program that just clocked a year.

Ibuka is a premium incubation and acceleration program aimed at enhancing an organization’s brand recognition and visibility; offer companies’ access to expert consultancy and advisory services. The program offers a road map to a higher and long term corporate sustainability by training in Trading and Investments, Trading Systems and Technology, Corporate Governance, Risk and Compliance among others.

“Ibuka enables your business to grow its client base locally through networking with enterprises on the program and internationally through visibility on our platform. The program will help the companies’ grow their brand recognition and visibility. Companies on the program will have access to expert consultancy and advisory services which will enhance corporate governance,” said Geoffrey Odundo NSE CEO

Since the launch of Ibuka in late last year, the program has been able to enroll nine companies across various sectors in the economy including Nile Capital Insurance Broker, Nyali Capital Limited, Polygon Logistics Limited and Homeboyz entertainment which became the first entertainment the company to join the program that is hosting high growth companies in Kenya.

The growth of the program is a testament that as a market, NSE solving pertinent issues among businesses in Kenya for growth prospects and solid strategy as companies on the program have undergone a rigorous vetting and evaluation process to determine growth and expansion prospects.

“The Ibuka program provides us with the confidence we need to walk to the future of endless opportunities and possibilities. We trust and believe Ibuka program is the key to unlocking massive potential for most families ran businesses in Kenya,” noted an executive member of Nyali Capital Limited.

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