Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. With a metropolitan population of 6.5 million people, the city offers flight connections from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and sits at the centre of a network of rail and road connections across the nation. It also hosts a fast growing financial centre, with many international firms attracted by the Nairobi Securities Exchange.
Major employers here include General Electric, Young & Rubicam, Google, Coca-Cola, IBM Services, Airtel and Cisco Systems, all of whom host their regional headquarters in the city. KenGen and Kenya Airways are also located here, while a thriving safari tourist trade supports a vibrant consumer economy, including major resorts for Hilton and Intercontinental Hotels.
For those seeking office space in Nairobi, our centres can provide professional environments with local amenities that are sure to appeal. Alternatively, why not consider our affordable co-working offices, which are particularly popular with those seeking networking opportunities with like minded professionals. For those just passing through the area, we can also offer meeting rooms for conferences and important meetings, while our informal business lounges are at your service for those seeking a professional place to conduct business on the move. In addition to this, our centres can also be equipped to serve as your virtual office in Nairobi or we can offer Businessworld membership including access to any business centre in the region.