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Terms and conditions of use


The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) is the apex body of the private sector in Kenya. KEPSA brings together local and foreign business associations, chambers of commerce, professional bodies, corporates, multinational companies, start-ups, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) from all sectors of the economy in the country, representing over 1,000,000 million businesses under one umbrella, to enable them to speak in one voice when engaging the Government, development partners and other stakeholders on cross-cutting policy issues affecting private sector development. It also implements programs that ensure the growth of businesses and the social-economic development of the country. 

KEPSA supports businesses with opportunities for training, networking, financial linkages, mentorships & coaching, access to markets, value chains and investment opportunities while working closely with many partners from across the world. 

KEPSA serves as a federation of over 80 Associations and professional bodies and serves as the focal point of the East Africa Business Council (EABC) which is the apex body of businesses in East Africa.

Public User registration

Public Users will voluntarily give the information requested on the website. The MSME Financing Gateway (or platform) uses small amounts of personal or business data that users are asked to register to legitimise analytics of activity, temporarily to provide advanced filtering facilities to automatically match a User’s location, sector or business type and to track other points like filter terms a User may enter.

Personal contact details are used to send Users notifications of News and Events, Fraud Watch, or updates of content on the platform, if Users subscribe to these services. The Administrator may use User contact details to reach them from time to time if there are questions or issues about a User’s own data entry or the way it is displayed.

Registration of a Public User’s own enterprise business data will also be used to adapt ITC’s and KEPSA’s services and to enable User access to various benefits and opportunities that will be shared by KEPSA and the International Trade Centre (ITC) through the platform or through User contact data.

Public User data protection and privacy

Personal data is not shared with external parties, although the International Trade Centre in Geneva has a global overview of personal data entries. Personal data registered on the platform will not be used for commercial gain. Personal data points are removed from all analytical reports, which are anonymised.

Financing and business development support services registration

To display information about their own MSME financing instruments and business development support services a provider will be required to first register their entity on the platform to create a Service Provider account. The platform Administrator will review the registration form and either approve it or send a message to the applicant. If an application is approved, the provider will be notified and get access to an initial two-factor security procedure. This procedure gives rights to enter or change their own data records through templates f and to upload documentation (Maximum size: 2Mb). The provision of the above information will help Users match service offers to their needs and also help KEPSA to understand your business and share important information relevant to your business in the future.

Data usage

The data shared through the financing gateway will be used internally by KEPSA and the United Nations International Trade Centre in Geneva to anonymously analyse User activity, demand and supply of services, and to support your business through various channels. Anonymised analytical reports and articles may be shared with approved external partners of KEPSA and ITC.

Charges and fees

KEPSA does not charge any fees for MSMEs registering on the MSME Financing Gateway. However, charges or fees may apply for the financing and business development support services displayed on the platform, for some events, services and resources provided by KEPSA or other entities displaying information on the platform. Users are responsible for making their own enquiries about all the details, costs and liabilities they may incur by using any of the services or opportunities displayed on the platform. Any fees or charges applicable to the use of services should be shared in advance with potential users. Users are asked to report to the Administrator any hidden charges or liabilities they may find associated with services displayed on the platform through the “Contact us” facility.

Contacts and communications

KEPSA may communicate with Registered Users and Providers from time to time through the platform and by SMS, email, or telephone to inform Users of new opportunities, request comments on the platform’s performance and design, or follow up on information requirements or technical issues and for other reasons.

Users of, and Service Providers on, the platform can contact KEPSA for more details at any time through the “Contact us” facility provided on the platform.

Notices & changes to the terms & conditions

All notices or other communications to be given under these Terms and Conditions of Use to any party shall be sent by e-mail. Notices shall be deemed to be received on dispatch provided that the sender has received a receipt indicating proper transmission.

These Terms and Conditions may be varied by KEPSA at its sole discretion from time to time and in conformity with national laws and regulations. KEPSA will notify Users of any changes by e-mail and/or SMS subject preferences indicated by the User. Continued use of the platform will be deemed to be acceptance by a User of any such changes to these Terms and Conditions.

Representations and Warranties

The User represents and warrants to KEPSA that all factual information and data provided to KEPSA or through the platform is made in good faith, is accurate at the time of uploading and that the User did not omit to mention anything material which may render it untrue or misleading.

Governing law

These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) are governed by the law of the Republic of Kenya. The Courts of the Republic of Kenya shall have exclusive jurisdiction in connection with these Terms and Conditions. Users and Providers agree to these Terms and Conditions automatically by continuing to use, and benefit from, the facilities of the MSME Financing Gateway.

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