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The investment body in partnership with the ministry of trade facilitated the team with transport to and from the expo, which runs up to December 15, at the Railway Club Grounds in the Kenyan capital.
“Our facilitation to participants in this expo is geared towards among others; increasing cross border trade, encouraging Ugandan enterprises to seek for business opportunities that exist across the borders, value addition and product quality improvement,” UIA spokesperson, Mrs. Sheila Mugyenzi, told Chimpreports yesterday.
“We are proud as facilitators and part of the country’s organising committee and we are hopeful for an adequate representation at the trade fair as we move further towards regional integration.”
Mugyenzi also noted that the expo would provide an avenue for Ugandan enterprises to exhibit and sell goods made in Uganda, enable business networking across EAC and avail a learning experience for the exhibitors.
This year’s week long expo is running under the theme “Jua Kali/ Nguvu Kazi: SMEs for value addition and product quality for EAC industrialisation”.