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Dickson Mushabe appointed as an International Partner by WBAF

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Ugandan tech entrepreneur and public speaker Dickson Mushabe has been appointed as the International Partner for Uganda by the World Business Angels Investment Forum (WBAF).

The CEO and founder of Hostalite one of the largest website designing and hosting companies in East Africa received the good news of his appointment yesterday on November 11th where he joined other 218 members that act as International Partners of WBAF in various countries across the globe.

World Business Angels Forum is an organization which is committed to empowering the economy through efforts that ease access to finance for startups, entrepreneurs, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and innovators. The organization is a partner of G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI).

Upon receiving the news, the author of Uganda’s bestselling book I Am not Sorry for my Mistakes, Mushabe thanked WBAF for the appointment and promised to help in empowering businesses.

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Dickson Mushabe, CEO and Founder of Hostalite

“Just received wonderful news of my appointment as International Partner for Uganda by the World Business Angels Investment Forum (WBAF)…………. this is a huge step to fulfilling my passion of empowering businesses.” Said Mushabe.

World Business Angels Investment Forum has operations in 115 countries with 500 representatives, 35 high commissioners, 203 senators, 219 international partners and 44 faculty members.

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