Satelite technology firm Avanti sets up its third African office in Nairobi

Satellite technology company Avanti Communications (“Avanti”) has opened its newly renovated office in Nairobi, Kenya.

The 276SqM East African hub in Nairobi is Avanti’s third site in Africa, following the successful establishment of offices in Lagos and South Africa.

The Kenyan office serves as Avanti’s centre for East African Sales and Education Hub. The company, which has already connected 245 schools, have plans to connect 5,000 schools over the next five years.

Avanti’s footprint in Africa now represents more than a fifth of the company’s workforce, emphasising the company’s commitment to building a strong presence in the region and reflects Avanti’s ambition to make Africa its primary revenue source within the next two to three years.

Debbie Mavis, Group HR Director at Avanti, said: “As a customer-centric business, we understand the importance of having offices in the areas we operate to strengthen our on-the-ground relationships. Our education project is a core focus for Avanti and the local Kenya team are central to its success. I am delighted to be re-opening our office as we aim to unlock further opportunities for individuals, businesses and communities to thrive.”

The company says the investment to modernise its office in Nairobi reinforces the company’s recognition of Africa’s immense potential and overall commitment to the continent. By strategically positioning itself in key African markets and fostering collaboration with industry leaders, Avanti says it is well-positioned to drive growth and deliver innovative solutions to partners across Africa.

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Nixon Kanali

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