Minister Ogwang said hairdressers, tailors, carpenters, welders and mechanics should put their businesses online.
Uganda is one of the top five recipients of the business grants behind Nigeria and Kenya.
The move, according to the Government, is intended to equip young people with entrepreneurial skills to create their own jobs.
In his 292-page book, Nahabwe takes the readers through his journey in the murky waters of business; from starting out a rookie as a journalist with different...
The programme which was geared by I- profile Foundation, a Ugandan based non-profit organisation located in Muyenga Kampala, started in 2016 with the...
In his vocabulary, low sales, slumping profit margins and negative cash flows do not exist.
Joseph Kiyemba is an electronics technician who does radio and TV servicing.
As many as 50 youths have benefitted from Kiyemba’s startup.
Songa, from a young age, was a different type of child - the one who always wanted to create things out of nothing.
“Once you become successful, especially in the African setting, you want to have a bigger house, car..."
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