7 Simple steps toward (successfully) registering your business in Uganda
Nicole Crampton ,
01 August 2016
Business registration is a process most entrepreneurs prefer not to handle on their own unless they really have to. However, when it comes to moving into Africa, you’ll need a firm grasp on how and why you’re filling in papers. These steps will make it easier for you to branch into Uganda.
Opportunities in Ugandan construction industry available to SA businesses
Catherine Bristow ,
07 December 2015
SA businesses urged to invest in and partner with local construction and energy businesses in Uganda.
Some improvements in the economic outlook for Uganda
10 October 2014
The 2014 African Economic Outlook report reveals the Uganda government’s positive moves to develop and support the growth of the private sector.
Taking your business to Uganda
25 September 2014
Uganda is encouraging trade and investment in its country by offering incentives and a one-stop partnership shop to help you bring your business to Eastern Africa.
Stanbic Bank Uganda unveils a new Pricing offering for its Business customers.
13 June 2013
Stanbic Bank Uganda yesterday June 12, 2013 unveiled a new pricing offering for its Business Banking customers in response to their requests for a reduction in the cost of banking. This therefore implies that the cost of banking with Stanbic Bank Uganda for Businesses that include Commercial Enterprises, Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) and Traders has been cheaper.
CAT FINANCIAL AND STANBIC BANK (U) OFFICIALLY LAUNCH THEIR COLLABORATION IN Kampala, UGANDA.
11 April 2013
Caterpillar Financial Services (Dubai) Limited (Cat Financial), an indirect subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc. and a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation, the largest financier of Cat® machines worldwide, and Stanbic Bank Uganda a Member of Standard Bank Group, officially launched their collaboration agreement in Kampala, Uganda today.