March 10, 2014, Lusaka
Caleb Fundanga, Former Governor, Bank of Zambia & currently President, Institute of Finance and Economics delivered a lecture on the theme “Regional Trade a Catalyst for Growth and Sustainability of Small Business in the Southern African Region” at Lusaka, Zambia, on March 10, 2014.
Dorothy Tembo, former EIF Executive Director chaired the event. Other panellists included Felix Mutati, MP and former Minister of Commerce, Trade & Industry, Zambia; Kundhavi Kadiresan, World Bank Country Director for Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe; Yvonne Chileshe, Director of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce, Trade & Industry; Edwin Zulu, Coordinator, Zambia-COMESA SME Toolkit Project.
“It is important that Zambian products must be of high quality because they will have to compete against similar products from the rest of the region. Aggressive marketing and proper branding and packaging are also key ingredients” – Caleb Fundanga, Former Governor, Bank of Zambia & currently President, Institute of Finance and Economics
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