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Eva Nakato

8 oktober 2021

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In this Second Part of our previous Episode of Upclose With Eva Nakato, Bella Wine CEO Mrs. Prudence Ukkonika sheds more light on why many young people today are failing miserably in the business world, encouraging more women to engage into business among others. Mrs. Prudence was inspired by her now deceased son to start up one of the biggest wine brands in Uganda, “Bella Wine”.

 

 

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