Uganda Sectors

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Alcoholic Beverages Made in Uganda: Moses Mugisha Shares his Goals and Vision for Leading Distillers

Moses Mugisha discusses the impacts of the pandemic on the alcoholic beverages sector in Uganda and East Africa and shares the latest news related to the company, as well as his vision and future plans. With over 20 years’ experience in distilling and blending alcoholic beverages (gin, whiskey and ready to drink alcoholic beverages), Leading Distillers has emerged as one of the prominent companies in East Africa.

Fusion Group: A Pioneering Real Estate and Fund Management Firm Based in East Africa

Daniel Kamau discusses real estate projects in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda and presents Fusion Group, a private equity firm focused on real estate investment and fund management based in East Africa, founded in 2006. All of the firm’s profits have been re-invested in the business, and Fusion has grown into a leading and pioneering real estate and fund management firm in East Africa over the years.

Security Solutions: Hipora Celebrates More Than 10 Years of Loss Control Excellence in East Africa

Hipora Group is an integrated loss control and security organization that provides highly efficient and cost-effective pre-integrated business and security solutions to control losses in business, ranging from merchandise theft to pilferage, shoplifting, fraud, excessive discounting, paperwork mistakes, etc. Hipora serves a variety of sectors such as retail, manufacturing, trading, and processing industries.

Security Industry: The Emergence of Loss Control and Inventory Management Services in East Africa

John Wanjohi and Francis Indimuli share their assessment of the security sector in Kenya and the region, and present Hipora, the leading loss control and inventory management company in East Africa. Hipora provides turnkey solutions which adopt the ultimate approach to identifying causes of losses in businesses and obtaining the necessary trail of evidence to make the necessary recommendations to curtail inventory and stock losses.

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