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The history of Hadson spans back to over six decades when it was first established as Dada Trading Company Limited at Kampala, Uganda, East Africa. It is a family-owned business trading in fabrics, jewelries, hair accessories, and clothing imported from Europe and USA. The family and the business are famous in the local area and its surrounding African countries. In 1972, however, all Asians were expelled from Uganda at the dawn of Idi Amin’s administration and the Dada family hastily left. They abandoned all their properties and family business in Uganda and settled in England.

An era of Dada Trading Company business ended in Africa and began a new one in United Kingdom. They continued selling fabrics by retailing, wholesaling, and exporting. Business slowly prospers from a small capital and rapidly gained momentum to success. The company finally became well known again, but in London this time. For the next twenty-five years, Finchley Central became their home base for operations. They moved to Baker Street in 1997, and settled at Edgware Road nine years later. In 2013, the company finally found its ideal location – along the same road, northwest bound, and just a few walk from its former location near the Edgware Road tube station. The company bought and developed the place and named it Hadson House. It is bigger, brighter, and better — a landmark of success.