Kenneth Rwabajungu - Corporate Advisor

Kenneth is a Ugandan citizen with a strong marketing & sales background.He BMac &Walker from its inception in 2009 as a sales Consultant to- date.

Kenneth has been involved in Sales all his work life from selling Pharmaceutical products and Social products that add value to community, My predominance has been in SALES Background for over 10 years

He has majored in business courses that have given him an edge in how to run business and how to set up business and job trainings.

Kenneth studied at the Institute of Bankers Kampala Uganda, Law Development Centre, International Institute of Shipping and Management Nairobi Kenya

Kenneth gained his skills in the Sales and Marketing Department MTN Uganda, Guardian Pharmaceuticals Ltd, NecHeathworld Pharmaceuticals, The Lapdesk Company Tanzania where he assumed several executive positions for over 10 years.

Kenneth has played a role in helping build B Mac & Walker Consultants under the direct guidance of the founder Mr. Daudi Makobore.

Kenneth has been involved with managing the day-to-day operations closely interfacing with the clients in the international and local investment community while growing the deal book and expansion drive for the B Mac & Walker global network.

Stephen Asiimwe - Special Regional Media Consultant

Stephen is a multi-disciplined, skilled and experienced person. After his A' levels in 1987, Stephen trained as a teacher, social scientist, journalist and media manager and now has 15 years experience, most of it with Uganda's biggest media house, The New Vision.

Starting off at a very junior role of free lance reporter/proof reader, he rose to the rank of Deputy Business Editor (1994 – 2003). Because of his ambition, creativity and innovation, he was taken on by the American Procurement Company (AMPROC) to start the East African Procurement News (2003 – 2005).

He was later to start his own paper, together with his colleagues, the East African Business Week (May 2005 to-date) that has a regional outfit that includes Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. A team player with strong leadership skills, he led over 200 loyal and well-motivated team managers, marketers, journalists, accountants, distribution and circulation men and women into what is the only and first full-fledged business paper in the region.

As a matter of personal interest, Stephen keeps abreast of developments in the global business and investment industry. On the regional and international scene, Stephen has networked with senior government leaders, business people, policy makers, media experts and owners, through interaction, training and participation in conferences, and membership of international organizations. He has gained a good understanding of various economies and cultures through work, travel and training engagements in various countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana, South Africa, Nigeria, Benin, the UK, Belgium, Switzerland, USA, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore and China.

As a result of his experience and contribution in journalism and particularly founding and heading the East African Business Week, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters given to top scholars and journalists by the United Graduate College and Seminary (Tennessee, USA), in December 2008. This prestigious award was given to him for leading a Christ-centered media outlet that brings honour and positive exposure to Africa.