Convention 2017

23/05/2018

Some comments From The Delegates

A Job well done!

On behalf of Kevin Kararwa Leukaemia Trust (KKLT), May I take this opportunity to say a HUGE thank you for giving us a space and a chance to reach out to our people and register them as bone marrow potential donors. The event was successful.

As a team we also enjoyed the event and were able to connect with others.

Veronica Kararwa – Director / Founder, www.kkltrust.org


Good Job!

Dear Willy, this is to thank you again for such a good job! It was both fun and a lot if learning.

Mrs Victoria Sekitoleko, former Minister of Agriculture, Chairperson of the Agribusiness Alliance

Mr. Mutenza, on behalf of the Gayaza Alumnae Network Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for providing GAN with a FREE stall at the recent very successful 7th Ugandan Convention UK.

Thank you once again for your generosity and community spirit.

Dorothy Mukasa – Chair


I was privileged to attend the 2017 Ugandan convention held at Limehouse in London. Like last year, the event was well attended.

It was interesting to see exiled Asian-Ugandans coming together to share their stories. They’re all passionate about helping to create businesses in the place they call home where some of them left as infants.

Katendi Nkanza, Chief Executive Officer, BSc Business information systems, Birkbeck University


Dear Mr. Mutenza, thank you so much for the good organisation and consistently improving on the event every year. However, there is a need to allow more discussion and engagement from the audience, perhaps in future you could have fewer panellists to have an exchange.

Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, Speaker of the Parliament


Dear Mutenza. Thank you for inviting me and allowing me to share the vision of Value Addition and further education. It was a superb event. Lots to build on. Onwards and Upwards.

Shahid Sheikh OBE FRSA, Managing Director at Clifton Packaging Group Ltd


Weebale nyo! I had no idea such an event existed. My father was born in Namirembe and have spent much of my life falling in love with Uganda 🙂

Mzungu Hannah Worboy


Thank you ever so much for the superb organisation, everyone enjoyed themselves at the after party with Afrigo.

Shakira Kalungi






 
 

 

THE IMPORTANCE AND RELEVANCE OF FRUGAL INNOVATION IN UGANDA

, Lecturer in Marketing School of Business, University of Leicester Exploring the nature and prospects of frugal innovation in Uganda and what are the opportunities that exist to foster frugal innovations in Uganda.   Dr W...
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Hon. Amongi Betty Ongom (MP), Minister of Lands on policies, legal frame work…

The Minister gave an overview of the housing sector in Uganda. She appreciated the fact that this year’s convention attracted a number of development companies from Uganda including Jakana heights, Roofings Ltd Uganda, Comfor...
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Lessons learned from the Uganda-UK Convention | Ade Daramy

By Ade Daramy, Writer, Broadcaster and Press Officer Is one question I will always get asked at least one question: “You’re not a Ugandan, and yet, you are here every year, why is that?”.   Ove the years, my answers ...
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Message from Vice Chairman, Uganda-UK Convention – Bernard R. Magulu

By Bernard R. Magulu, Executive Director, Bank of Africa (Uganda), (Vice Chairman, Uganda Convention UK) “Uganda the Land of Opportunities, Landlocked but Road Linked” the 360% Geographical Orientation for Investors providi...
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Examining free trade agreements (FTAs) and boosting intra-regional trade

Examining free trade agreements (FTAs) and boosting intra-regional trade Nicholas Tate, Managing Director, Tate Freight Forms Ltd. www.just-trade.co.uk In considering the positives and negatives of key agreements, are trade blo...
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Harnessing the potential of the youth to accelerate economic growth.

Presentation: Dennis Aguma, Lecturer, Kingston University, London Doctoral Student (PhD Entrepreneurship) Birmingham City University. In light of Uganda’s demographics, Dennis Aguma’s presentation was intended to challenge...
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Untapped investment opportunities Manufacturing | Agri-Business Health and Service industry

Panel discussion: untapped investment opportunities Manufacturing | Agri-Business | Health and Service industry Discussed points What are Africa’s Export Opportunities and Challenges to European and North American markets? Ho...
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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN CONSTRUCTION, INFRASTRUCTURE AND REAL ESTATE

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN CONSTRUCTION, INFRASTRUCTURE AND REAL ESTATE Panel discussion: 3-4 industry lead speakers from UK and Uganda HOUSING: Understanding market demand, and addressing the disconnection between the price o...
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Outlining the UK’s export growth strategy – Lord Dolar Popat

PRESENTATION: UK TRADE AND FDI – Outlining the UK’s export growth strategy By Lord Dolar Popat, UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Uganda and Rwanda   How can investment by the United Kingdom help improve skills in U...
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2018 | Welcome remarks: H.E Amb. Julius Peter Moto Uganda’s High Commissioner to the UK

H.E Amb Julius Peter Moto welcomed everybody to the 8th Annual Uganda – United Kingdom Trade and Investment Convention. He stressed that Uganda High Commission and Government of Uganda is happy to associate with Uganda UK Con...
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Thank you for supporting the 8th Ugandan Convention-15th Sept2018!

The Uganda UK Convention wishes to express its deepest thanks to Hon Betty Amongi Ongom, Minister of Lands Housing and Urban Development, Uganda and Lord Dolar Popat, UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Uganda and Rwanda. The ...
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UK suppliers sought for Uganda airport works

  UK suppliers are being sought for works on Uganda’s international airport. SBC (Uganda), a UK-incorporated joint venture between Colas and SBI International Holdings AG, are looking for UK contractors to work on the UK...
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UK company to construct New Ugandan Hoima International Airport | Uganda 8th Convention UK

Colas UK is a UK subsidiary of French civil engineering firm, Colas Group, and local construction company SBI. This   project, a Transport infrastructure firm will be supporting the construction of a new airport in Kabaale f...
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Universal Multi-purpose Entreprise group takes affordable housing investment to Ugandans in UK.

Affordable Housing is the leading real estate in Uganda managed by Universal Multi-purpose Entreprise group will be showcasing over twelve affordable housing projects in Uganda at the 8th Investment Convention scheduled for 15 ...
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PROVIDING AFFORDABLE HOUSING SOLUTIONS TO UGANDANS IN THE DIASPORA

Housing Finance Bank is the leading mortgage lender in Uganda, providing housing and housing finance solutions to Ugandans for the last 50 years. The Bank has for the last 50 years worked to fulfill its mission of providing eff...
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7 Comments


  1. A Job well done!

    On behalf of Kevin Kararwa Leukaemia Trust (KKLT), May I take this opportunity to say a HUGE thank you for giving us a space and a chance to reach out to our people and register them as bone marrow potential donors. The event was successful.

    As a team we also enjoyed the event and were able to connect with others.

    Veronica Kararwa – Director / Founder, http://www.kkltrust.org


  2. Good Job!

    Dear Willy, this is to thank you again for such a good job! It was both fun and a lot if learning.

    Mrs Victoria Sekitoleko, former Minister of Agriculture, Chairperson of the Agribusiness Alliance

    Mr. Mutenza, on behalf of the Gayaza Alumnae Network Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for providing GAN with a FREE stall at the recent very successful 7th Ugandan Convention UK.

    Thank you once again for your generosity and community spirit.

    Dorothy Mukasa – Chair


  3. I was privileged to attend the 2017 Ugandan convention held at Limehouse in London. Like last year, the event was well attended.

    It was interesting to see exiled Asian-Ugandans coming together to share their stories. They’re all passionate about helping to create businesses in the place they call home where some of them left as infants.

    Katendi Nkanza, Chief Executive Officer, BSc Business information systems, Birkbeck University


  4. Dear Mr. Mutenza, thank you so much for the good organisation and consistently improving on the event every year. However, there is a need to allow more discussion and engagement from the audience, perhaps in future you could have fewer panellists to have an exchange.

    Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, Speaker of the Parliament


  5. Dear Mutenza. Thank you for inviting me and allowing me to share the vision of Value Addition and further education. It was a superb event. Lots to build on. Onwards and Upwards.

    Shahid Sheikh OBE FRSA, Managing Director at Clifton Packaging Group Ltd


  6. Weebale nyo! I had no idea such an event existed. My father was born in Namirembe and have spent much of my life falling in love with Uganda 🙂

    Mzungu Hannah Worboy


  7. Thank you ever so much for the superb organisation, everyone enjoyed themselves at the after party with Afrigo.

    Shakira Kalungi



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