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Kafeero Aziizi, Founder, Kafeero Foundation

Meet Kafeero Aziizi, The Founder of Kafeero Foundation

At 18 years, Kafeero Aziizi founded the first online food delivery startup in Uganda. It collapsed after 2 years. This he followed up with many other unsuccessful startups. Yet, it is...

Report: Why 90% of Fintech Investment in East Africa goes to American and European...

On 20 June 2017, venture capital firm Village Capital released the report “Breaking the Pattern: Getting Digital Financial Services Entrepreneurs to Scale in East Africa and India”. This was carried out with...

What Angel Investors Look for in a Startup in Uganda

It is estimated that up to 80% of startups do not reach their fifth anniversary. In the case of Uganda, 50% of businesses do not reach their third anniversary. Various reasons...
Drone school outreach in Mukono by the DronNerd team

This Ugandan startup is using Drones in an unconventional way

When you talk about drones in Africa, most think of the much-publicized use of drones to deliver blood in Rwanda. Another quick one would be a similar case in Tanzania . Uganda isn’t...
Sam Epodoi, attending an Event at Outbox Hub on Lumumba Avenue. Ugandan software developer

This 13-year-old self-taught Ugandan software developer has 15 paying clients

Andela, one of Africa’s successful startups has a catchy tagline; Brilliance is evenly distributed. Yet, the opportunity is usually not. That has been the case for the African gifted, until the...
Global Entrepreneurship Week RENEW LLC Uganda

KENNETH LEGESI: A Look at the Alternative Sources of Funding for Ugandan Startups

Ugandan startups can be thought of as businesses that are an idea, seed and or early stage variously. For a business, at the Idea stage, there may be an initial business...
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The 2018 Youth Connekt Africa Summit slated for 8th to 10th October

Registration for this year's Youth Connekt Africa Summit is on, with the conference scheduled for 8th to 10th of October. Just as the inaugural summit, the second edition is to be hosted...
Asindu Willfred is a software developer and the founder of Coinella

INTERVIEW: Bitcoin is currently useless for remittances to Uganda – Asindu Willfred

If you haven't heard of blockchain technology, at least you have heard of cryptocurrency. If not, then at least bitcoin. Bitcoin is largely responsible for making cryptocurrency and blockchain mainstream. Those involved...

INTERVIEW: We processed over £140 Million for 2,000 Global Companies, expanded to 18 African...

Last year, DusuPay facilitated over £140,000,000 for “over 2,000 Global Businesses.” In the same year, the payments gateway startup which was started in 2015 with the aim of “simplifying the way...

Someone ought to start policing Ugandan [tech] startups, Now!

A big part of the problem facing the tech startup scene is the disturbing absence of constructive criticism from within and without the startup ecosystem. Phrases like brilliant app, revolutionary idea and amazing concept that...