Sales and Marketing at Radio Wa
MARKETING at RADIO WA
Radio Wa 89.8 FM is a non-profit venture belonging to the Catholic Church and with a clear focus on development and improvement of life conditions of the people of Northern Uganda. Being a non-profit media house, any financial benefits from its media activities are entirely reinvested into the sustainability and growth of the radio sender as well as the improvement of work conditions of the staff involved in it.
We are thankful and honoured because of so many individuals, companies, organizations and agencies who during all the years of existence of Radio Wa have supported us with their advertising needs. At this new juncture where Radio Wa is now equipped with better means of communication and outreach, our hope is that this trust might be renewed and new clients might come on board.
- sponsorship of programmes or slots
- talkshows (up to 4 participants)
- audio production works
- DJ mentions.
Presently Radio Wa offers a studio suitable for talk shows as well as a production room. At this moment, Radio Wa is carrying out the construction of a new building close to its present premises so as to offer a better and more professional service to the population of Northern Uganda. Once this new building is finished (towards the last months of 2012), it will offer ample studios and 3 production boots for audio production, as well as proper meeting rooms for the use of the Marketing team.
SOME OF OUR CLIENTS
- Abacus Pharmacy (Africa) Ltd.
- Action against Hunger
- Advance Afrika
- Africell Uganda Ltd.
- Airtel Uganda Ltd.
- Aweki Enterprise Ltd
- Bank of Uganda
- Britannia Allied Industries Ltd.
- Catholic Relief Service (CRS)
- Centenary Bank
- Citizens’ Coalition on Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU)
- Crown Beverages Uganda Ltd.
- Electoral Commission
- GIZ (German Development Agency)
- Hand Wash
- Hima Cement
- Human Rights Centre Uganda
- Judicial Service Commission
- Justice Centers Uganda
- Land and Equity Movement in Uganda (LEMU) Apac
- Movit Products Ltd.
- MTN Uganda
- Nevea Products Ltd.
- Refugee Law Project
- Samona Products Ltd.
- Sight Savers International
- Straight Talk Foundation
- Uganda Human Rights Commission
- Unilever Uganda Ltd.
- World Vision Uganda
Business practices in Uganda often lack ethical standards, which promote corruption and prevent transparency and accountability. Since Radio Wa draws its inspiration in the Social Teaching of the Church and because it also respects the integrity and dignity of its clients, Radio Wa wants to uphold high ethical standards and open a way for clean and transparent business practices.
Individual o r group marketers bringing business to Radio Wa are entitled to a 15% commission of the net income.