A Lilongwe-based creative agency, Queen Tenge Limited, has announced a K2.4 million sponsorship of the upcoming Renewable Energy Industries Association of Malawi (Reiama) Energy Conference.
In a statement, Queen Tenge, a firm that works with local artisans to promote sustainable locally made bags, clothing and artifacts, said it hoped the sponsorship will go a long way in promoting sustainable local companies such as hers.
Said Queen Tenge proprietor Linda Zamaere: “Timely interventions alternative energy solutions are provided to small businesses in minimising losses due to halts in production as the national demand for energy grows each passing year.”
On his part, Reiama president Soustain Chigalu, thanked the firm for the partnership, adding that his association is “looking at empowering local enterprises through circular financing and promoting the use of alternative renewable solutions”. Reiama board member and Sunny Money general manager Brave Mhonie their door is open to more partners and sponsorships as they prepare for the 2023 energy conference slated for October 26 to 27 at Sunbird Livingston9a in Salima under the theme Energy Diversification for Sustainable Developmen