The Rwanda TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) Country Director, Patience Mutesi says: “TMEA commends RSB’s commitment and effort to ensure delivery of standardisation services are internationally recognised and trusted.” By Trademark EA

MTN and Vanu have announced the integration of the two networks with an aim to extend MTN’s Network in rural areas which are currently unconnected in Rwanda. By Fundisiwe Maseko

Ambassador Christine Nkulikiyinka organize a business and networking meeting at the Embassy of Rwanda in Stockholm on March 16th 2018

Ambassador Mrs. Christine Nkulikiyinka

Africa Innovation Network invite Swedish and Nordic companies to a business meeting about business opportunities in Rwanda. H.E. Ambassador Mrs. Christine Nkulikiyinka and embassy staff will guide us through the many business opportunities and relevant business sectors in Rwanda.

The meeting will take place, March 16th, 2018 at the premisses of the Embassy of Rwanda in Stockholm at 1.00 pm to 4.30 pm. Programme of the day will be send to all participants prior to the meeting. Target group: Companies in all sectors with specific focus on ICT, Tourism, service Healthcare and infrastructure.

The venue IS Rwanda Embassy in Stockholm, Barnhusgatan 3, Stockholm, Sweden on Friday, March 16th, 2018 at 1 pm – 4.30 pm The Members will enter free of charge, while the non-Members fees are EURO 125 (ex VAT). If you wish to participate, you have to register at: Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.

Like Bailey, Baingana, a native of Rwanda, envisioned herself working for a big company such as the African Development Bank. And then she met Peter Greer. LancasterOnline

President Uhuru Kenyatta has expressed his shock while speaking today in Karen after learning that books sold in Kenya were being sold in Rwanda at half the price they were being sold in Kenya. By Shem Beverton Mukalo

The East African Community’s (EAC) plans to launch a unified currency in the region has an additional challenge to overcome, as bitcoin adoption continues to grow in Africa. By Peter Pedroncelli

A few Ugandans have built multi-million and billion dollar empires in industries as diverse as agriculture, food, construction, energy and distribution and earned multi-million dollar fortunes to boot. By Mfonobong Nsehe, Forbes contributor

The Swedish-East Africa Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Swecare Foundation, will organize the EAC Business & Investment Forum in Kigali, Rwanda on March 20th, 2018. By SWEACC