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SheTrades Investment Readiness Workshop

The main objective of the training workshop was to equip participants, investment readiness knowledge and skills to enable them adequately prepare key investment documents and how to approach investors. In order to meet the main objective, the consultant in consultation with She Trades prepared to undertake the following main tasks, but also following the principle of adult learning and effectiveness of training according to experience, level of education and training as well as considering the available resources. The activities conducted by Imuka Access team included:

Participants of the SheTrades Workshop
  1. Identification of Resource Persons for facilitating the focus areas,
  2. Development of training materials,
  3. Preparation of a training plan/schedule,
  4. Carrying out the training,
  5. Monitoring the performance of the participants,
  6. Evaluating the workshop.

The topics covered in the 2 days are as below:

DayModuleFacilitator
 Value proposition and Sales pitchRoy Gakuo
 Business Model Canvas and Business PlanningDaniel Yiga Bukenya/Roy Gakuo
Day 1Financial ModellingDaniel Yiga Bukenya
 Business Processes and SystemsKevin Asinde
 Regulatory compliance-Tax and TaxationKevin Asinde
 Recap of Day1 SessionsDaniel Yiga Bukenya
 Market Entry and Customer EngagementDaniel Yiga Bukenya
 Business Impact and KPIsHendricah Nabukwasi
 Story Telling as a Pitching ToolRoy Gakuo
 How to Pitch and Get FundedRoy Gakuo
Day 2Financial Instruments-Costs and BenefitsDaniel Yiga Bukenya
 Financiers/Investors- Panel DiscussionRoy Gakuo
 SheTrades BriefLeticia Johnson -Video
 Cocktail and Business NetworkingJustine Mugala/Katikati Africa

The Workshop

These was a 2-day training workshop from 30th to 31st October, 2019.

The participants represented various sectors including: Agriculture, Agri-business, Tourism, Value Addition, Information Technology, Food Processing, Real Estate, Manufacturing and Textile.We had 26 participants on Day one (1), and 24 participants on day two (2).

Generally, the workshop provided knowledge, skills and a great avenue for networking with fellow entrepreneurs, facilitators and investors.

DAY 1:

The Team Lead of Imuka Access introduced himself welcomed the participants. He also debriefed the participants about SheTrades initiative.

The participants were thereafter asked to introduce themselves, their businesses and expectations for the 2-day workshop. The expectations were captured

The workshop started with activities on understanding their customers, value propositions and thereafter refining their business models.

The atmosphere, training activities were practical and fun to enable the participants involved.

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DAY 2:

The 2nd day started at 8.30am with a recap of Day1’s topics, thereafter the days sessions started. The day involved understanding and refining their investment pitches. This was further practised through peer to peer elevator pitching exercise.

The elevator pitching amongst themselves was an important activity prior to meeting potential investors in the afternoon.

The sessions of the day ended with participation of representatives of various investment and finance institutions, and closed with a networking cocktail to allow the participants to further interact with potential investors.

Financiers/Investors Panel included:

Investment firm representatives from left Samuel Sebyala(Iungo Capital), Sikyomu Prossy(Opportunity Bank), Micheal Muwonge (FACTS Africa), Brian Jjemba(Enterpreneurs Finance Center), Arigye Munyangabo (Grofin Uganda), Racheal Ssuubi(Hiinga Uganda)
NameOrganization
Arigye Maraba MunyangaboGrofin Uganda
Micheal MuwongeFACTS (Financial Access for Commerce and Trade Services)Africa
Racheal SsubiHiinga Uganda
Brian JjembaEFC(Entrepreneurs Finance Center)
Samuel SebyalaIUNGO Capital
 Sikyomu  ProssyOpportunity Bank

SOME TESTIMONIALS

One Namudde Mildred of Lindens Bridge Estates LTD was quote saying “I have learned how to bridge the Investment gap by learning how to prioritize opportunities, build an organizational structure and to create a clean growth plan.”

Charity Mable Namala of TMS Business Limited said “I have developed my Value proposition, I now know. I have to sale the value of my product”.

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