Morogoro, Tanzania (Beginners & University Students)

Morogoro, Tanzania (Beginners & University Students)
February 19, 2018 Gary Shotton

IBB Talks Event: East Africa Tour
Morogoro, Tanzania (Beginners & University Students)

Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 9:00 till 12:00


About Morogoro

Morogoro is a city with a population of 315,866 (2012 census) in the eastern part of Tanzania, 196 kilometres (122 mi) west of Dar es Salaam, the country’s largest city and commercial centre, and 260 kilometres (160 mi) east of Dodoma, the country’s capital city.   Morogoro is the capital of the Morogoro Region. It is also known informally as “Mji kasoro bahari”, which translates as “city short of an ocean/port”.

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Event Location

       Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Uganda

Event Date & Time

Saturday, May 12, 2018, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Featured Topics

The focus of this event will best fit those wanting to start a business and those that want assistance in growing their smaller sized business.  Topics related to Starting, Growing, and Excelling in Business.

Featured Speakers


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Gary Shotton
Founder | IBBTalks.com
The founder of IBBTalks.com which was formed to "Inspire Better Business."
As an astute businessman, he is passionate about helping others in the business world achieve maximum profits. He has a keen interest in international business. www.InspiringBetterBusiness.com
Octavian Msongamwanja
Octavian Msongamwanja is businessman from the country of Tanzania, a country in East Africa where he has extensive experience in overseeing micro-lending projects. Currently he lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife, Hallie, and he is attending Oral Roberts University majoring in Business Management. Their plans are to return to Africa to help African Business people to start and grow their businesses.

6 Comments

  1. Joshua William 2 years ago

    I am interested with ibbt program, I am praying that my friend Octavian Msongamwanja meet his desired goal on business.

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      Gary Shotton 2 years ago

      Thanks for your comment. I will try to pass this on to Octavian.

  2. David 2 years ago

    Your talks are good but there is still room for improvement. In today’s event at SUA, some speakers were too ideological without necessarily addressing the technical part of business management directly. I am not saying testimonies are bad, they r important in influencing change. But when talking to people like university students, one should be articulate enough to not try and pump ideologies into people and instead address the main theme of the talks which is the business knowledge. Most these people (university students) have many of their own tested and trusted ideologies.

  3. Oliver 2 years ago

    IBBT is interesting program and i wish one day to succeed in my businesses and become real testimony and motivatoion speaker to my fellow young african girls and those who will have dreams like mine.

    • Author
      Gary Shotton 1 year ago

      Oliver,
      I think you are selling yourself short. I am sure you could do an excellent teaching/talk at this time.
      Blessings,
      Gary

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