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4TH UGANDAN CONVENTION – Trade & Investment Forum 13 Sept 14 – Uganda is open for business!

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“This is the time to invest and take a position in Africa, and more so, focus on Uganda, as Uganda lies in the heart of Africa”  Patrick Bitature, Entrepreneur and Industrialist.

On 13th Sept 2014, investors, business leaders, friends of Uganda and well-wishers will attend the 4th Ugandan Diaspora UK Trade and Investment Forum in London.
 
Everyone interested in investing or doing business in Uganda should attend this unique event!  The Convention is the largest Ugandan gathering in Europe. It attracts over 2000 delegates from all over the world.

At the 2013 Convention,  Hon. Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi, Vice President of Uganda said  that “the road to development and growth is partly vested in investment by local Ugandans and foreign investors.”

And prominent Ugandan business leader Patrick Bitature very poignantly said that “Africa possesses a huge opportunity which could engulf the rest of the world… when we reach for perfection, we can achieve excellence.”

Uganda is truly open for business and this year, keynote speakers such as Ugandan Ministers for Housing, Agriculture, Energy and Tourism will share the many investment and business opportunities in their respective sectors.  

Other business leaders will share insights on investing in Telecoms, Banking and Finance, Education, Infrastructure Development, IT, Transport,  and many other  sectors.

Let the figures speak for themselves: the past three Conventions have attracted more than $5million in direct investment in Uganda, including substantial philanthropic contributions.
Join us on the day and meet the people who can truly transform the business landscape of Uganda.  Become part of this amazing development!

Register to attend the 4th Ugandan UK Investment Forum:
To exihibit: +447790 647 089
W: www.ugandanconventionuk.org

 

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