Next Media pledges support for marketing excellence

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Next Media pledges support for marketing excellence
Uganda Marketing Society new boss Charity Kamusiime Asiimwe speaks with Next Media Group CEO Kin Kariisa

The newly appointed Executive Committee of the Uganda Marketers Society (UMS) paid a visit to Next Media Park, where they were hosted by Next Media Group CEO, Kin Kariisa.

The occasion was marked by promise and determination, as both organizations shared their belief in the transformative power of effective marketing.

As a leading media organization, Next Media has experienced firsthand the importance of marketing and brand building in driving growth and fostering connections with audiences across the nation.

In today's competitive landscape, the role of marketing cannot be overstated, serving as the bridge between businesses and their target markets, shaping perceptions, and driving engagement.

Uganda Marketer's Society newly constituted UMS Executive Committee posing for a photo with Next Media Group CEO, Kin Kariisa(center).

Next Media's experience illustrates that investing in marketing initiatives yields invaluable returns, propelling organizations toward success.

The newly constituted UMS Executive Committee has to shoulder the responsibility of spearheading the crucial mission of promoting marketing excellence in Uganda.

With a mandate to engage stakeholders from various sectors, their role extends beyond mere advocacy to active facilitation of initiatives that promote marketing excellence.

By fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing, they aim to empower marketers and elevate industry standards.

Ms Asiimwe together with Mr Kariisa at the Next Media Park in Naguru

As a member of the Uganda Marketers Society, Next Media stands ready to support the UMS Executive Committee in its endeavors, pledging its expertise to further the cause.

With Next Media's expertise and resources, and the UMS Executive Committee's dedication and leadership, the future of marketing in Uganda looks bright.

Together, they are poised to drive growth, innovation, and excellence in the marketing industry, shaping the future of business and commerce in Uganda.

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