After leaving his job at Capital FM over reasons that he was too busy to juggle the many jobs he has as well as the need to concentrate on personal things, Marcus Kwikiriza ventured into coffee making business. He is now a comfortable business man to officially announce his products for the whole world to see.
A year and a half ago, his brother Allan Ntanda proposed to him a coffee making business idea and from that time, together with his brother, they perfected the business idea which gave birth to Imara African Coffee which is a fully certified and registered coffee roasting company located on Plot 208 Buziga-Munyonyo
Imara African Coffee’s passion is nothing but to have the best quality and on Sunday the 8th of April following the launch of the business on 15th March, Marcus proudly to shared photos of his products in the coffee section at Duty Free Shop located inside Entebbe International Airport.
“One year, 6 months and 8 days ago my brother Allan Amp Ntanda walked up to me and told me he had an idea. (If anyone knows Allan, he has tons of them, and some normally quite…..well, you know) but being my brother, I listened. What you see below is the outcome of what we have been working on in that time. Allow me to introduce you to Imara African Coffee. Imara is a Swahili word for Strong. To everyone that helped along the way, we are grateful. Now let’s change this game. This is at the Duty Free Entebbe Arrival and departure” Read Marcus’ post on Facebook.
Just like their slogan states that they want to have the best quality they buy the finest organic grade specialty coffee from Bulago, the slopes of Mt Elgon, Kasese, slopes of Mt Rwenzori and The Albertine Region.
Marcus left his well paying radio Job at Capital FM to concentrate on personal things. Is the introduction of this coffee company one of them?
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