Nairobi, Friday, April 20, 2012: Kenya continues to attract top investors in its ICT sector. This week, Kenya ICT Board played host to an e-learning centred company, HyTechPro. The company that runs technology-based projects in the US, India and Europe was in Nairobi for a four-day exploration tour of the country ICT investment potential.
“Kenya is a growing economy and we were impressed by the focus on Vision 2030. To achieve the Vision’s goals, there is need for a large talent pool that cannot be taken care of in the traditional classroom method. There will be need to integrate technology to improve quality and help in the teacher, student ratio,” explained HyTechPro, co-founder and Director, Rajeev Gupta. The company met with officials from Kenya ICT Board, Ministry of Information and Communication, National Centre of Innovation, Kenya Investment Authority (KenInvest) and various business groups in the country.
“We are very impressed by what the country has to offer. We will definitely be back within the year with a more concrete plan,” said Mr Rajeev. Others who accompanied the firm’s executive were Damnish Kumar, the company’s co-founder and Managing Director and Business Partner Tushar Vohra.
HyTechPro has interests in water, shelter and the education sectors, which are key drivers to the country’s economy. The firm lays special emphasis in bringing the services nearer to the under-privileged in society.