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How Okiror is reaping millions as an agricultural agent

Posted 11/02/2019 by wmutenza

By Esther Oluka Esther Ruth Okiror did not go very far in her education. She dropped out of Kangole Girls Senior Secondary School, Moroto District, in first term of Senior Three, at the age of 17 years. This was in 1981. “I failed to continue with my studies after I became pregnant,” she says. She […]

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Why it pays to keep your firm small

Posted 11/02/2019 by wmutenza

By Business Daily Bigger is better. We grow up with such a mentality. We have an evolutionary bias to favour bigger objects. We prefer taller people, we want the biggest car and the grandest house, and we desire larger institutions. From an evolutionary perspective whereby our brains developed to survive in the ancient rift valley […]

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Lessons learned from the Uganda-UK Convention | Ade Daramy

Posted 18/10/2018 by wmutenza

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 have changed, as the convention itself has changed. However, at the root of it all, […]

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Message from Vice Chairman, Uganda-UK Convention – Bernard R. Magulu

Posted 18/10/2018 by wmutenza

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 providing Gateway to East African Markets. I am happy to share about the annual Uganda Convention- UK convention 2018 took place on 15th September 2018 […]

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Examining free trade agreements (FTAs) and boosting intra-regional trade

Posted 18/10/2018 by wmutenza

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 blocs, bilateral agreements and FTAs a facilitator or a hindrance to intra-regional trade in Africa? African regional trade has some of the worst indicators in doing […]

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