BACKGROUND & OVERVIEW.
East Africa Imports, Inc was founded by Joe Muvuna, A Rwandan citizen and currently reside in Las Vegas, NV USA for the past 13.5 years. Joe attended school in USA and graduated with a Bachelor degree in Business and Management. Joe also worked as a Real Estate agent helping clients buy and sell residential homes and commercial real estate in Las Vegas, NV for 4 years. Having moved to USA in 2005 not speaking English and the obstacles to overcome 5 surgeries in college just to maintain his athletic scholarship, Joe believe that you only fail when you quite and God has a Plan for you. Jeremiah 29:11. Whatever path you take has its purpose, and nothing is impossible and hard work pays off when you do not accept mistakes as your failure, and only you can fail when you quit. Never quiet.
Rwanda is a small but growing market, with a population of 11.8 million people and a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of USD 8.096 billion dollars. Rwanda’s economy grew by an average of 8 percent annually from 2002 to 2012, before slowing to 4.6 percent in 2013, in the aftermath of international donor aid cuts and suspensions. The economy has since rebounded with 6.9 percent growth in 2015 and 5.9 percent growth in 2016. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Rwanda’s GDP to grow between 6-7 percent in 2017 and 2018.
East Africa Imports Inc is an Import, wholesale and distribution service for Made in Rwanda and East African region products in USA. EAIWD in as an abbreviation is here to reinvent the way we present ourselves to the world market. EAIWD pride itself in being able to service North America with the East African region products at greater rate and to whomever they might be in North America hemisphere. Our objective consists of improving the product quality services and create a higher market value that will allow consumers see and benefit from East Africa region organic healthy.
Our main and future long tern goals is to bring the best on the market. That all the with the following key points:
· Branding and Packaging.
· Competitive Pricing.
· Certification by USDA and Non-GMO Project.
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