Leading quality cosmetics manufacturer Movit Products Limited (MPL) has won the best overall exhibitor award at the 24th Uganda International Trade Fair.
The award was handed over to the Movit team by his Excellency presidentYoweri Museveni on Thursday evening, during the official opening ceremony.
At the Trade Show at UMA in Lugogo, Movit has showcased various products, even launching new products on the market. The new beauty products include 5 in 1 Braid Spray, Movit Hand Wash, Movit No Base Relaxer- Herbal among others.
Speaking at the event, Movit PR Manager Robert Kitenda said: “To Movit, our exhibition here at UMA represents a journey of innovation, adherence to quality standards and consistent meeting of customers’ needs from the beginning, in the never ending efforts to make them look good and feel great.” The trade fair is multi-sectoral trade exhibition of a variety of manufactured and agricultural goods and services; from all over the world. The objective of the trade show is to open new markets for exhibitors in Uganda and all over the world.
President Museveni thanked Movit for using local resources to provide employment to the youth. The trade show is attended by a multitude of Ugandans and foreigners from over 40 countries. Over 2000 exhibitors and over 300,000 visitors are expected at this year’s trade show.
Visitors range from school students, corporates, civil servants, the business community and the general public. This year’s theme “Empowering Women Parity in Manufacturing” is inline with Movit strategy of offering quality products to women who appreciate class , making the trade fair even more important as a platform to engage with the target consumer who is a woman of class.
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