Uganda's economic reconstruction and recovery efforts over the last three decades have yielded impressive structural shifts.
Uganda’s Small and Medium size enterprises account for sizeable share of Uganda’s impact investing market.
Although Uganda’s Social Enterprise Ecosystem is still in its nascent stages, Social Entreprises (SEs) have emerged as a new type of startup that tackles development issues with the potential to solve sector-specific development challenges
Human capital is a critical ingredient and key success factor for doing business in Uganda’s digital economy.
Tax policy is a key element of the investor’s consideration for allocating capital to a venture in any target jurisdiction.
Financial Governance & Tax compliance, Human Resource Governance and Compliance, and Royalties
Uganda’s liberal business climate combined with its fragmented supply chains, wholesale and retail sub-sectors, is a good piloting ground for innovative business models and disruptive technologies, especially those tailored for addressing market inefficiencies.
Although Uganda bears the highest percentage of women entrepreneurs globally (38.2%), funding is without a doubt, a critical constraint for female founders.