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Provision Programme
Day 1 – Tuesday, 24th November

  • Welcome Briefing by Uganda Investment Authority
  • One to One Working session with various Ministers as required
  • Ministry of Energy and Water Resources
  • Ministry of Tourism and Leisure
  • Ministry of Economic Planning

Day 2 – Wednesday, 25th November

  • One to one meetings with Ministers
  • Minister of Mining
  • Industry and Technology
  • Minister of Agriculture

Day 3 – Thursday, 26nd November

  • Pre-organized One to one Business to
  • Business Meetings
  • VIP Networking Reception

Departure from Kampala

The registration fee is charged to each delegate or group where appropriate wishing to attend the mission and covers the organisation of all programmed activity and networking events plus transport between meetings listed in the main programme.

Other available to delegates who require additional services outside the main programmed activity.

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Mission’s overview:

Uganda Convention and its associates invite interested businesses to participate in a Certified Trade Mission organised in partnership with Ugandan High commission in London, UIA and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI).

Aim:

The objective of the trade mission is to create market penetration for businesses in targeted sectors and to explore opportunities presented by public private partnership projects in Uganda. Targeted sectors include: mining and energy, agriculture, infrastructure development and construction, Energy and Power, oil and gas, hospitality and tourism.

Why Uganda?

Uganda is no stranger to investment: it has consistently attracted the highest levels of foreign direct investment in the East Africa region over the past five years, attracting around US$250-300 million annually according to the World Bank. In 2009 alone, Uganda attracted FDI of up to US$ 799 million because of several reasons; including a predictable investment environment, a fully liberalised economy, good market access, a strong natural resource base and a commitment to the private sector by the government.

Since 1991, over 2000 enterprises of various sizes have committed in excess of US$2.5 billion in actual investment into the country for projects that range from agriculture, manufacturing to transportation.

 

Why join this mission?

Explore and understand the current opportunities for your product or service showcase products and services to operators, production services companies and potential agents meet potential customers access a wide range of industry experts

 

The benefits

  • Facilitation of one-on-one meetings with Ministry Officials on specific projects
  • Networking opportunities and client hospitality at receptions hosted by business and our government partners
  • British High Commission support and advice through a team of dedicated commercial officers in Kampala
  • Pre-visit and in-country briefings providing market information and advice on how to do business in Uganda
  • One-to-one meetings with operators, production service companies and agents
  • Group meetings with key industry players
  • Subsidised market research provided through UKTI’s Overseas Market Introduction Service (OMIS) scheme
  • Your company profile in the trade mission brochure, circulated to companies in Kampala
  • In-market help and advice from one of our associates e.g. UKTI’s International Trade Advisers
  • Extensive local media coverage to heighten your presence in the market

Who should consider joining this mission?

  • Companies in:
    • oil and gas
    • renewable and solar energy
    • education and training
    • infrastructure
    • agri-business
    • tourism and hospitality
  • Investment Banks
  • Private Equity Firms
  • African Investment Funds
  • Multilateral Banks
  • Engineering, construction & procurement companies
  • Risk Advisors & Consultants
  • Law Firms
  • Rating Agencies
  • Development Finance Institutions
  • Business Service Providers
  • Independent Power Producers
  • Oil & Gas Companies
  • Mining Companies
  • Service companies
  • Global Stock Exchanges
  • Technology & equipment providers
  • Power suppliers
  • Any businesses interested in PPP projects*

Services include:

  • Matchmaking with prospective partners and buyers
  • Business service support: on-site guides, travel logistics, ground support, security and interpreters
  • Complete day-by-day itinerary
  • Booking and reservation of hotel accommodation at discount rates
  • Full local transport and logistics support in Kampala
  • Visa Facilitation if required
Do you have questions about Multi Sector Trade Mission to Kampala contact Mr. Willy Mutenza on 0207 2377317 | Isabelle Gravenstein on +447737666724
or email:

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