Client Spotlight.

Meet Kika Ngakani, a successful businesswoman and vegetable farmer. Successful businesswoman, vegetable farmer and refugee camp are not words that usually go together in the same sentence but this is the extraordinary story of Kika, one of the 40,000 clients

Our New Advisor to the Board.

Kampeta Sayinzoga, Advisor to the Board. Kampeta Sayinzoga joins Inkomoko as an Advisor to our Global Advisory Board. She currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD). Kampeta was previously the Director-General of

New Board Member.

Florence Gatome, Board Member. Florence Gatome joins Inkomoko as an international Advisory Board member where she brings over 22 years of experience in international development working across different sectors including private sector development. She is currently the Africa Director for

Inkomoko launches strategy to invest in 500,000 MSMEs.

Business advisory and investment firm Inkomoko has announced a strategy that will see it invest and offer financial support to half a million Medium and Small Micro-Enterprises (MSMEs) in Kenya by 2030. Read More

AEC Kenya rebrands to Inkomoko, will invest Sh4b to support small businesses.

African Entrepreneur Collective Kenya has adopted a new corporate identity, with a strategy to support 500,000 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) by 2030. The company, with a presence in several East African countries, will now be called Inkomoko and

Highlight Video: Inkomoko 10th anniversary celebration.

On 3 September 2022, First Lady Mrs. Jeannette Kagame attended the Inkomoko 10th Anniversary. The celebration gathered Inkomoko family, friends, and beneficiaries to celebrate the organization’s achievements in supporting small and medium-sized enterprises. Full Video Here

First Lady Jeannette Kagame attends Inkomoko 10th anniversary.

The anniversary, themed ‘A Celebration of Community,’ was marked as Inkomoko revealed they had provided advisory services to more than 40,000 clients over the past decade. With operations in Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia, the organization says it has committed over

Loan financing for MSMEs in East Africa.

A World Bank Enterprise survey found that the smaller firms are less likely to have access to capital – a factor that constrains their ability to grow and become more productive. Full Video here.

Investing in Refugee Entrepreneurs in East Africa

Wharton Professor Katherine Klein recently traveled to Rwanda, a place she has visited many times. While there, she interviewed Julienne Oyler for an episode of the Dollars and Change podcast (Find more episodes here). Oyler is the co-founder and CEO of the African Entrepreneur Collective, which helps entrepreneurs,

AEC in The Economist: The world’s toughest business school

That business came under threat when the pandemic hit earlier this year. But Mr Mboniga was one of many refugees to be helped by the African Entrepreneur Collective (AEC), a charity that started to disburse grants from a special covid-19