The Place Of Effective Management And Taxation Of Multinational Companies In Kenya

The Tax Appeals Tribunal (the ‘Tribunal’) in Tax Appeal No. 65 of 2023 involving M-KOPA LLC [C/o M-KOPA KENYA LTD] (the ‘Company’), has upheld the principle that a foreign company can be considered a tax resident under Kenyan income tax laws if the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) proves that management and control of the Company’s affairs occurred within Kenya during the relevant taxing period. 

Overview of the Contents of the Creative Industries Bill, 2023

Introduction  Creative industries refer to industries that have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent which have the potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property. Simply put, creative industries refer to businesses with creativity at their heart. This would include design, music, publishing, film, visual arts and […]

Business Incubator VS Startup Accelerator

Business development programs such as Incubator or Accelerator programs are used to support startups and scale-ups with resources and mentorship. Entrepreneurs can take advantage of the training and financing options provided by incubators and accelerators who also facilitate opportunities for collaborations with public or private sector stakeholders.  Business Incubators and Startup Accelerators Business incubator programs […]

Start-up Funding Masterclass 

Netsheria International LLP, a Kenyan provider of strategic legal expertise and analytical capabilities for startups and SMEs, was recently involved in a funding masterclass held by Antler East Africa, a business incubator and startup accelerator on the funding of start ups in Kenya.

Scaling Up Business

Netsheria International LLP team was recently involved in a panel discussion by Agema Analysts at iHUb in Nairobi dubbed “Key Aspects to Consider when Scaling Up Your Business”

Overview of the contents of the creative industries bill, 2023

Creative industries refer to industries that have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent which have the potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property. Simply put, creative industries refer to businesses with creativity at their heart. This would include design, music, publishing, film, visual arts and any other range of economic activities that are concerned with the generation and commercialization of creativity, ideas, knowledge and information.