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Ag. CEO, BRELA Madam Leonila Kishebuka second from right listening to the speaker during the Ecosoc Meeting held at Hyatt, Kempsk Read more

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Participants of the African Conference on the Strategic Importance of Intellectual Property (IP) Policies to Foster Innovation, Va Read more

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President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete poses with Director General WIPO Dr. Francis Gurry  after opening the African Conference on the Read more

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Hon. Dr. Abdallah Kigoda, Minister for Industry and Trade, delivering a welcome note to invite President Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete Read more

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Ag. Business Support Manager, BRELA attending the Conference at Hyatt Kempsk Kilimanjaro Hotel Dar es salaam on 14th March 2013 Read more

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President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete visits different exhibits displaying various handicrafts by Tanzanian after opening the Afric Read more

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President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete poses with Ministers and heads of delegations after opening the African Conference on the Strat Read more

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Exhibitors at BRELA pavillion Read more

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Wateja wakielekezwa kujaza Fomu ya kusajili Jina la Biashara Read more

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The Minister for Industry and Trade Hon. Dr. Abdallah Kigoda in a Jovial mood with some of BRELA members of staff. Read more

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The Permanent Secretary , Ministry of Industry and Trade Madam Joyce Mapunjo chatting With Head of Intellectual Property Division BRELA Read more

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Participants attentive to the speaker during the workshop for validation of National IP Strategy jointly organized by BRELA and World Intellectual Property Read more

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Participants attentive to the speaker during the workshop for validation of National IP Strategy jointly organized by BRELA and World Intellectual Property Read more

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Group photo of participants to the workshop with the Guest of Honour Madam Joyce Mapunjo, Permanent secretary Ministry of Industry and Trade. Read more

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Madam Francesco Tosso representative of Director General of WIPO addressing the audience before the seminar was officially opened. Read more

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Ms. L. Mhando Assistant Registrar, BRELA presenting the applicability of Trade and Service Marks at Tanzania Institute of Education. Read more

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Madam Leonillah Kishebuka , Head of IP department BRELA addressing the audience at the workshop for validation of National IP strategy. Read more

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Chief Executive Officer of the Copyright Society of Tanzania (COSOTA) Mr. Yustus Mkinga presenting the paper on an over view of copyright administration. Read more

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A Cross section to Workshop on Validating National IP strategy at T.I.E, Mikocheni Dar es salaam on 20th March 2012. Read more

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Chief Executive Officer of BRELA Mr. Esteriano E. Mahingila emphasizing a point at the seminar for validation of National IP Strategy. Read more

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Madam Pili Prisca Mutani from the Tanzania permanent Mission in Geneva Switzerland, making an intervention on aspects of Trade Related. Read more

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Mr. Bede Lyimo, making a deliberation during the validation the National IP Strategy at Tanzania Institute of Education conference room. Read more

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Welcome

Market economy, is by and large a catalyst to sustainable economic development as it breeds and nutures competition in the markets for both goods and services. Competition in turn leads to product and systems innovations for better quality products and services in the market and also value for money, all for the benefit of consumers.
Regulation and facilitation therefore, are a necessary ingredient for a vibrant, sustainable and effective market economy. The two activities are responsible for the refereeing and provision of level field in which participants in the market economy compete.
In recognising this fundamental requirement, as our society gallops towards market economy, the government as part of its civil service reform has decided to establish Government Executive Agencies, among others is the Business Registrations and Licensing Agency (BRELA).

Vision

To be world class customer focused business regulatory and facilitatory Agency.

Mission

To regulate and facilitate business operations by adopting internationally recognized best practice.

Guiding Values

The Agency staff being public servant shall always be guided by the following values:

  • Timely delivery of services
  • Respect for the rule of law
  • Being fair, impartial and accountable
  • Teamwork spirit oriented
  • Acting professionally
  • Proactive and strive to serve with vigor
  • Pursuit of excellence in service delivery
  • Patriotism