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Ogwang tips Soroti entrepreneurs to go digital...

Minister Ogwang said hairdressers, tailors, carpenters, welders and mechanics should put their businesses online.

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New rules for Elumelu entrepreneurship grants...

Uganda is one of the top five recipients of the business grants behind Nigeria and Kenya.

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Entrepreneurship to be made compulsory for...

The move, according to the Government, is intended to equip young people with entrepreneurial skills to create their own jobs.

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Entrepreneur Nahabwe launches maiden book...

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...

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Over 500 children benefit in entrepreneurship...

The programme which was geared by I- profile Foundation, a Ugandan based non-profit organisation located in Muyenga Kampala, started in 2016 with the...

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Juma Kisaame: Man with skill of turning around...

In his vocabulary, low sales, slumping profit margins and negative cash flows do not exist.

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36-year-old trains youth to create own jobs...

Joseph Kiyemba is an electronics technician who does radio and TV servicing.

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Kiyemba training youths to create own jobs...

As many as 50 youths have benefitted from Kiyemba’s startup.

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Songa started a radio station at 22

Songa, from a young age, was a different type of child - the one who always wanted to create things out of nothing.

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Entrepreneurs cautioned on handling success...

“Once you become successful, especially in the African setting, you want to have a bigger house, car..."

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🔴 CORONAVIRUS | Uganda confirms...

President Museveni says that of the 176 samples tested by the health ministry on Tuesday, 11 of them - all of them children - returned positive, lifting the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 44. Over 800,000 people are infected globally.