Ugandans urged to embrace network marketing for profitability

Tuesday March 24 2015

Dr Isaac Kadowa and his wife Ms Margret Kadowa,

Dr Isaac Kadowa and his wife Ms Margret Kadowa, the first Edmark Uganda Car Fund recipients pose for a photo with Edmark International officials after receiving a brand new Toyota Prado. Mr Julito Cagat(r), the assistant Marketing Manager Edmark East and South Africa asked Ugandans to embrace legal network marketing because it will change their lives. 

By Stephen Kafeero

KAMPALA. Ugandans have been advised to embrace network marketing as a business and not charity.
The call was made by Mr Julito Cagat, the assistant marketing manager Edmark East and South Africa during the awarding ceremony of the first Edmark Uganda Car Fund recipients
“Network marketing is not charity as some people see it but a system that rewards hard work and performance. We are here to assist people change their lives from zero to hero,” Mr Cagat said.
Dr Isaac Kadowa and his wife Ms Margret Kadowa won a brand new Toyota Prado as a reward for their commitment and hard work in the business
Myra V. Schroth(L), the crown manager, Edmark International cautioned people against what he called illegal network marketing companies which siphon people of their money without giving them the right products.
“The car we are awarding today is an expression that if you work hard, develop your network and focus then you can get whatever you want.”
Mr Cagat said networking within Edmark goes beyond just making money to personal development, learning sales and marketing, team-building, skills like leadership and communication, relationship building, relationship marketing and health. Its objective is to promote man’s total well-being through a holistic approach.
Uganda first witnessed this kind of trading in 1994.

sdkafeero@ug.nationmedia.com

Advertisement