Sparks, NV – October 10, 2017 – RESTANCE, Inc. (USOTC: ANCE) CEO Randell Torno met on Friday last week with the Kenyan Ambassador to the United Sates, H.E. Robinson Githae to discuss conducting an investment trade mission to Kenya to be hosted by RESTANCE in Kenya. The Ambassador pledged his full support.
RESTANCE is pursuing several business lines in the growing economies of East Africa. The Company is developing opportunities in the region including initiatives in technology and systems integration services, utility support services, affordable housing and health products manufacturing. RESTANCE recently acquired East African Development Partners as part of its strategy in East Africa. The acquired assets and business operations include manufacturing equipment to set up a condom production facility. RESTANCE is currently in negotiations to produce condoms for a major brand name.
RESTANCE CEO Randell Torno and Ambassador H.E. Robinson Githae met at the East Africa Chamber of Commerce Annual Trade and Investments Conference hosted by the East Africa Chamber of Commerce at the Dallas Fort Worth Westin Hotel.
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