Uganda Tourism Forum

  • Uganda Tourism Forum
    The monthly Uganda Tourism Forum is back. This forum, introduced to enable stake holders get involved in open discussion on matters concerning the tourism industry of Uganda, shall be held between 2:30pm - 6:00pm on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at the Uga

    The past Tourism Fora have attracted Professionals, Policy Makers, members of the Business community, students, Tourist Guides, Tour Operators, Conservationists, Marketeers and many other interested people, who have felt obliged to contribute to the development of the tourism industry of Uganda.

    The next topic of discussion will be: "Uganda is perceived as an expensive tourist destination. Challenges and way forward".

    Mr Raymond Engena, (Director Tourism, & Business Development at Uganda Wildlife Authority) will give the key note presentation which will be discussed by a panel of eminent people including:
    Dr Ahebwa Wilber (Coordinator Tourism Programme, Makerere University)
    Mr Bonifence Byamukama (Chairman, Association of Uganda Tour Operators
    Ms Vanice Mirembe (Kampala Capital City Authority)
    Mr Edwin Muzahura (Marketing Manager - Uganda Tourism Board)

    We are also expecting some Members of Parliament and the Uganda Tourism Press Association who will be joining us so as to boost to this forum.

    Your attendance will add more value and play a very important role in guiding this important forum, as well as the tourism development of this country.

    RSVP: Mr Herbert Byauhanga; Dr Wilber Ahebwa & Mr Baluku Geoffrey

  • Activities

    keynote, discussion forum


    Uganda is perceived as an expensive tourist destination. Challenges and way forward

    Useful information

    Dates: 11/Feb/2013 – 16/Feb/2013
    Venue: Uganda Museum, Kampala

  • Organizer

    Uganda Tourism Forum, UTB, UWA, Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage, AUTO


    Tel: +256 (0) 414 342 196/7
    Email: Click here
    Website: Click here

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