On Saturday 27th August 2011, the first Ugandan Convention in the UK will be held at the luxury Troxy 490 Commercial Road, Shadwell, London, E1 OHX. The theme of this historical event will be unleashing Uganda's diaspora potential.
For how long shall we continue harbouring dreams, yet, still fail to realise them simply because we lack the knowledge on how to make it in life? It is not good for us to live in such a developed society that the UK is but still return home with nothing tangible to show for our time living in the UK.
Well, the first Ugandan Convention in the UK is an opportunity that will expose you to many opportunities that will not only improve your life and that of your loved ones, but will bring out the potential in you.
Every Ugandan that will attend this convention will have a chance to learn of the business opportunities there are back home to invest in. For example, education, health, the emerging oil industry, ICT and the vibrant Real Estate industry. There will be 25 exhibitors from Uganda and in the diaspora ready to take your questions on the business opportunities there are.
Information on how to acquire a mortgage will be availed and all the concerns about owning assets like machinery, homes and cars will be demystified. William Mutenza, the Convention’s Chairman made a rallying call to all Ugandans living in the UK not to miss this moment when leading financial experts will speak out on how to raise finance for investment.
With peace and stability returning to Northern Uganda too, there are a number of business opportunities that every Ugandan in the UK ought to take advantage of. It goes without saying that the business potential in Southern Sudan ought to be exploited too. There will be a lot of networking during this convention in order to broaden your ideas.
In addition, the convention will celebrate the cultural diversity that Uganda is rich in. A range of arts, music and food from Uganda will be showcased. Top Ugandan musicians: Bebe Cool, Mesach Semakula and Eddy Kenzo will be around to spice up the event that runs from 1pm to 8pm. Not to mention the fashion show, showcasing Uganda’s cultural wear.
Visit www.ugandanconventionuk.org and get the details on how to get your ticket for the event or visit the convention's venue. You can't miss!