Join online discussion on how devolution can promote trade with the High Commission today

Susie Kitchens
UK Deputy High Commissioner to Kenya, Susie Kitchens.

The UK High Commission in Kenya are inviting any interested parties to join them in an online discussion today asking ‘How can devolution promote trade, investment and economic prosperity?’ using the hashtag #DevolutionForTrade on Twitter.

Deputy High Commissioner, Susie Kitchens, will be discussing how devolution can promote trade, investment, and economic prosperity in Mombasa today and the High Commission team will be live-tweeting from her meeting with business leaders, media and local government at lunchtime.

You can join the discussion by tagging your Tweet with #DevolutionForTrade, or by leaving a comment in response to their two discussion questions either via Facebook or Twitter:

Q.1 How can local solutions help shape the future of trade, investment, and economic prosperity at the Coast?

Q.2 Which three steps should businesses, international partners & County Governments take to boost trade at the Coast?

You can also follow the hashtag via the Twitter widget below.

Earlier this week the UK High Commission held another online Q & A session around the Chevening Scholarship programme.