Uganda – UK Convention To Address Economic Issues

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This year’s Ugandan Convention UK will unearth the untold opportunities in the sectors of Energy, Finance, Oil & Gas, Tourism, Telecoms, Agriculture, Banking and Finance, Education, Infrastructure Development, Housing, IT, Transport, Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Sectors in Uganda and the East African region.

Exhibitors at the Previous Uganda UK convention
Exhibitors at the Previous Uganda UK convention

The Convention will aim at promoting Uganda and East Africa as the favoured investment destination in Africa.

This year, the Convention will be bigger and better, attracting powerful delegations from Uganda, Kenya and Europe, and over 2000 delegates.

Hon Edward Ssekandi, Vice President, will lead the Ugandan delegation, which will include Mr. Amos Nzeyi (Chairman Pepsi-Uganda), Hon. Daudi Migereko, Minister of Housing, Hon Amelia Kyambadde, Minister of Trade and Investment, Hon. RuhakanaRugunda, Minister of Health (TBC), Hon. Irene Muloni, Minister of Energy (TBC), Dr. Frank B. Sebbowa, CEO of Uganda  Investment Authority and many others.

The UK delegation will include, Lord Popat and Lord Verjee, both very wealthy businessmen in the UK, who will talk on successful investments.

From Switzerland, Mr Nuradin Osman, from Massey Ferguson tractors, will present opportunities on how to mechanize agriculture in Uganda.

From Kenya, a powerful delegation will be led by His Excellency Cyprian O. Awiti, Governor of Homa Bay County who will be supplementing on Mr.Bitature’s call at the 2013 Convention to invest in the money belt between Uganda, Kenya Sudan and the DRC.

Governor Mr Awiti will present a paper on encouraging intra-trade between Kenya and Uganda and present opportunities in his area.

Themed Uganda is open for business, the convention will be held at , 490 Commercial Rd, E1 0HX London UK on Saturday September 13 this year.

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