18. Intel


Intel is the company responsible for creating the world’s most used computer chips and processors. The Kenyan company has an ambassador program that allows campus students have a working experience prior to joining the main employment stream. Whether you are interested in futurism, programming or chip fabrication, there’s a whole universe of opportunities for you at Intel Corporation. This is an area for Kenyan young men who have interest growing in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field. Its headquarters are in Santa Clara, California. In Kenya, the company’s office is along Riverside Drive, Nairobi.

19. Airtel


Airtel has proven to be one of the most creative companies that has managed to survive the highly competitive telecoms space in the country. It has a great social media presence and an attractive non-mainstream company culture. Its headquarters are along Mombasa Road. The best thing about Airtel is that it is an international telecoms company operating in Sri Lanka, India (headquarters), Africa, Bangladesh and the Channel Islands. It was founded in 1995.

20. Cisco


Cisco is a multinational company best known for manufacturing networking technology. In Kenya, it is part of the government of Kenya’s digital jobs initiative. This has allowed many young people to get an avenue to launch their career in technology. The Cisco Networking Academy has transformed lives around the world. When working for Cisco, you’ll get a stock purchase plan, an attractive paid off-time plan among other perks. Whether you’re interested in the Internet of Everything (IoE), a woman interested in technology or you are marketing savvy, you should consider working for Cisco. The Kenyan offices are at Landmark Plaza, Nairobi.