One of the key concerns for enterprise development in Kenya has been to enhance the role of indigenous entrepreneurs in the economy. Since independence the government of Kenya has put in place measures to this end. However, the impacts on performance of entrepreneurs have not been studied. Therefore, this book attempts to highlight the important factors that influence performance and business growth in two printing firms, one owned by an African and the other by an Asian entrepreneur. The focus is on the contribution of education, training and experience on business operations. The book identifies some of the constraints to entrepreneurship development in Kenya and also outlines policy measures to deal with them at both the firm and government levels including access to capital or credit, management and technical training, and business counseling.