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Start a Company in Kenya 
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THE PROCESS

The First Step Only Takes 15 Minutes

Step 1: Fill-out our online form

Simply enter the relevant information in our online form. It only requires a few minutes.

Step 2: Verification

Simply enter the relevant information in our online form. It only requires a few minutes.

Step 3: Choose your services

Simply enter the relevant information in our online form. It only requires a few minutes.

Step 4: Get a physical address

Simply enter the relevant information in our online form. It only requires a few minutes.

Step 5: Open a Kenyan bank account

Simply enter the relevant information in our online form. It only requires a few minutes.

Step 6: Congratulations

Your company in Kenya is fully established. You can start working on your goals
IT'S EASIER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK

The Complete A-to-Z Business Registration in Kenya

Business Registration

Get an official physical address for your business to be able to fully operate. Starting from 49,99 EUR / month.

Kenyan Phone Number

Since you will be in Kenya, it might be a good idea to have a Kenyan landline. Call forwarding & recording available.

Kenyan Legal Address

Get an official physical address for your business to be able to fully operate. Starting from 49,99 EUR / month.

Work Permit

If you plan to reside in Kenya and fully manage your Kenyan business you will need a Kenyan Work Permit.

Virtual Mailbox

All your mail is scanned and forwarded to either physical or email addresses. You don't have to visit Kenya to get your mail.

Bank Account

Having a Kenyan bank account will make your life in Kenya significantly easier and allows you to do business with anybody
IT'S EASIER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a foreigner start a company in Kenya?

Yes! A foreigner can absolutely start a company in Kenya. Kenya has a relatively open business environment and welcomes foreign investors.

How long does it take to register a business in Kenya?

Generally, it takes several weeks to complete the company formation process in Kenya. However with us, the first step, filling out the online form, only takes 15 minutes. For the rest of the process, see the time line here

What are the company types in Kenya?

The common types of company structures in Kenya are as follows: Sole Proprietorship, Private Limited Company, Public Limited company etc. To learn more, check out our guide here.

Do I need a Kenyan co-owner?

No, you do not need a Kenyan co-owner or director to form a company in Kenya. As a foreigner, you can be the sole owner and director of your company in Kenya.

What is needed to register a company in Kenya?

As a foreigner, you will need to fulfill certain requirements to start a company in Kenya. Typically, you will need: Valid Passport, Work Permit (if you plan to reside in Kenya), Shareholder and Director Details, and various other requirements. Learn more in our guide.

What are the company taxes in Kenya?

Download our Taxes & Regulations Guide to learn more about the tax structure and various regulations in Kenya. Shall you decide to that you need help in this field, you are more than welcome to use our consulting / business process outsourcing services.

Do I have to visit Kenya personally to register a copmany?

No, it is not necessary for you to visit Kenya to form a company. The company formation process in Kenya can be initiated and completed remotely, allowing you to form a company without physically being present in the country.

What are all the rules and regulations?

To fully function as a company in Kenya, besides the process of company formation, you have several obligations and requirements to fulfill including: Tax Compliance, Employment Compliance, Statutory Filings, Business Permit and Licenses depending on the nature of your business activities and several other requirements. See the complete list of here.
THE TIME IS NOW

Why to Start a Business in Kenya?

If you have landed on this page, chances are, you already know what many other people don't. Africa is the next big thing and Kenya is one of the strongest rising power house on the continent...

In 2022, Microsoft, Google and Amazon, the biggest technology giants of our time, started their presence in Kenya with a shared services centre

The window of opportunities is huge but it will be closing soon. Join them before it's too late.

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