Top country CEOs, business leaders and entrepreneurs are set to meet tomorrow Friday, January 8, 2021, at the annual Trendsetters Forum to held at the Sheraton Kampala hotel to discuss business sustainability in 2021.
Starting at 13:30hrs to 17:30hrs under the theme “Astride Business Resilience and Sustainability”, the forum aims ar encouraging and championing innovation leading to new product/services development as well as guiding young entrepreneurs into self-discovery of untapped ideas in a bid to encourage them to invent or re-invent trends.
The entry pass to Sheraton will cost Shs 200,000 while virtual access tickets via Zoom will cost Shs 50,000. The National Social Security Fund’s (NSSF) head of procurement and disposal unit, Gerald Mugabi is expected to discuss as well as mentor business leaders on sustainable procurement amidst resources scarcity while chairman HiPipo and MTN Group senior mobile finance services (MFS) manager John Mark Ssebunya, who will discuss the sustainable outlook on digital marketing optimization.
Other panellists include entrepreneur and public relations consultant, Andras Sztaniszlav, who will share experiences on public relations’ effectiveness for business sustainability.
Project management professional (PMP), director-John Maxwell Leadership Team and chief executive officer, Told Rock Group Pasima Sule, will discuss joint ventures and consortia as a way to business resilience and sustainability. The deputy managing director NSSF and investment finance consultant, CPA Patrick Ayota, who will share the overall 2021 investment focus.