The Mombasa City County
The Mombasa city County was created under the current Constitution of Kenya which was promulgated in 2010. It was a creation of the former City Council of Mombasa. Mombasa County is a city that blends people from all cultures and walks of life. Mombasa County is one of the 47 counties of Kenya. It is the most populous among the counties while at the same time it is the smallest, Mombasa city is the capital and largest city in Kenya. The Mombasa city is also home to numerous local and international businesses and organizations. Mombasa bustles with activity. Mombasa city is the fastest city both day and night. There's always something to do and see in Mombasa and its people are friendly and hospitable. Most companies operating in East Africa region have their headquarters located in Mombasa, including international organizations and multi-national companies such as Coca Cola, General Motors, Google and even the United Nations' regional headquarters and are located in Mombasa city.
Investment Opportunities In Mombasa County
Mombasa provides the best environment to establish a new business. It is themost ideal location because of its infrastructure and liberal markets. Government policies have alsso been the most encouraging to business growth and a stability of Mombasa County as a growing economy. Mombasa has the most modern, state-of-the-art skyline, highly educated and trained manpower, improved technology; County regulated developments and diverse and vibrant market which have elevated Mombasa to become the business hub of the region. According to the latest statistics, Mombasa County alone, contributes about 60 percent of Kenya's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Mombasa City is composed of business entities that are both public and private operating under all sectors of the economy.
The operation of business activities in Mombasa County is throughout the day but the most official Mombasa business hours as recognized by the Government are from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Most private businesses are open six days a week but some businesses operate for half a day on Saturday. However being a Christian dominated city, very few businesses operate on Sunday.