By Andrew Visper firstname.lastname@example.org
The second edition of the kampala business conclave has this morning launched by local law firm AB and David advocate Africa Uganda under the theme Regional Integration and SME Growth which will take place on the 26th of November 2019 at Rivonia Suites Mbuya.
Pheona Wall the vice president of the Uganda law society and chairperson Kampala Business Conclaves said that, Business conversation is across Africa to continue for free zone area.
“As we speak now URSB has reduced to registration company pages from 100 to 1 as the way to grow up SMEs and trade Africa” Said Wall
Wall, added that this year theme conceptualized to creat a meaningful debate and insightful discussion on the future of energy, SMEs and regional integration
Daniel Lubogo from AB and David advocate also the Partner to business conclave, explain what Business conclave means as the high platform that brought all the business partner to come at the end of the year to review what happened in the business, giving on things that affects business every year.
“We are here and going to throw more reviews what happened in business across Africa as you know AB and David is the law firm at the entire continent, we bring on board people from different countries I’m business industries like Ghana, China to learn allot of lessions and to groom them in SMEs” Said Lubogo
“This conclave would like to see how small business and owner learn from each other, Govt leaders to show them some information what they are doing so that at the end of the day day there a voice as well as the people in the business” added Lubogo
However the expected participants will come from a wide variety of background including lawyers, accountants, banker’s, economist, entrepreneur, trader’s, manufacturer, retailer, logistics, handler’s, Poland gas practitioners, civil servants and politicians.
Lubogo continues that most of business in Africa needs to groom and learn from each other to stand their business stronger across Africa as well as this country economy needs CFTA that costs private sector which also be discussed in this very conclave 2019
Beatrice Alyanala CEO of the chamber of commerce for SMEs Said that this will catapult SMEs into their next growth case and appreciate the discussion of corporate governance to provide support with SMEs enterprises because this time round it focused on SMEs and Integration, business owners, it’s your time to catch up with business right after this year conclave.
“SMEs has not yet trusted the understand of business and it’s our role to tell people and be groomed in business and also to be engaged them to understand it’s benefits within SMEs, in africa 12% put of 1.2 Billion population of free zone trade business and opportunities are there because over 54 Countries have signed up for free trade zone” Said Alyanala
This year guest of honor will be the minister of finance Hon David Bahati