This chapter focuses on the role of informal economy entrepreneurs as a route to market for locally and internationally sourced goods within a sub-Saharan African context. It draws upon interview and observational data collected during extended fieldwork in Kenya and across a number of other countries in Southern and Eastern Africa. The chapter presents four supply chain maps that typify the route to market for many products in an African context, and explores the role that enterprises and individual entrepreneurs based in both the formal and informal economy play within these supply chains.