The MNUC School of Pure and Applied Sciences, represented by Dr. Ratemo Makiya and Elijah Maseno joined fellow Academia, industry players and the Kenyan innovation ecosystem actors yesterday to deliberate on issues around Enabling Industrialization through Open Innovation at Radisson Blu Hotel – Nairobi.

The event was part of the ongoing Kenya Industry and Entrepreneurship Project (KIEP) being implemented by the Ministry of Investments, Trade & Industry, Kenya-State Department for Industry (MITI-SDI) and supported by the World Bank. The Project objective is to increase innovation and productivity in select private sector firms in line with Kenya’s Vision 2030.
Others in attendance included the delegation from the Ministry of Industry State Department of Investment (with the PS represented), Prof. Ndirangu Kioni – the Founding Vice Chancellor of Dedan Kimathi University among others.