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Tatu City developers pledge support for Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES)

By Standard Reporter | July 16th 2015

Rendeavour, Africa’s largest urban land developer, has announced its support for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) to be held in Nairobi next week.

“The African entrepreneurs represented by GES are the future residents of Tatu City and Rendeavour’s other development projects around the continent,” said Frank Mosier, the firm’s lead American investor.

“As an American investor in Africa, I am pleased to see the US government recognise Africa’s growing middle class and entrepreneurial drive. It’s in that spirit that we are proud to be an official sponsor of the GES.”

The summit’s other top-level sponsors include Google, Coca-Cola and Ernst & Young.

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