BRELA urged to formalise Mara Region businesses

The Tanzania Chamber of commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) President, Mr Paul Koyi has asked the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (BRELA) to provide education to Mara Region businesspersons to formalize their business.

This was said on Sunday at the ongoing Mara Business Expo 2022 when he visited BRELA pavilion in Mara Region.

Mr Koyi said the Mara businesspersons are not yet fully equipped with the services provided by BRELA to enable them to do and own their business names.

“I request you (BRELA) to assist these Mara businesspersons because they are in indeed of your services as they are doing business informally,” said Koyi.

Mr Koyi emphasized that despite providing services and licenses BRELA should also provide education to the citizens who produce various goods.

“These businesspersons need to be educated so that they can fulfill the services provided by BRELA including formalizing business, registration of company name, brand etc,” said Mr Koyi.

On his part, BRELA Licensing Officer, Mr Rajab Chambega said that the Agency has provided registration and formalisation services to the Mara citizens and to the neighboring regions who visited the exhibition.

In addition, he said BRELA officers will visit the participants in the exhibition and give them advice and assist them formalize their businesses.

Mr Chambega advised Mara residents to use the services provided by BRELA as they have many benefits and get trusted when a businessperson wants to lend from financial institutions.

He said that in the exhibition BRELA offers company registration services, registration of trade names, trademarks and service, issued of patents, business licenses group A as well as issued of industrial licenses.

“BRELA is participating in the Mara Business Expo 2022 and offering registration of licensing services on the sport until to September 11, 2022 the day of officially closed.

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