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Tribe Kampala, Kampala

Tribe Kampala

5/5

We’re a coworking space in Kisementi providing affordable, flexible access to a premium workspace to work, learn and me... More

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Venturelabs, Kampala

Venturelabs

0/5

Venturelabs is a platform for exploring and creating transformative ventures in East Africa's fast-growing markets. The ... More

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HiveColab, Kampala

HiveColab

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Uganda's premier coworking space and tech incubator for fast-growing startups, HiveColab is for those wishing to develop ... More

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Outbox, Kampala

Outbox

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A launchpad for new ideas, Outbox helps new and upcoming African IT entrepreneurs with workspace, business incubation and... More

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Great ambiance. Great Internet. Great location (salad bars, cafe's and restaurants right outside Tribe pl... Show More
Mystery Coworker

Touted as being one of the world's most entrepreneurial countries, sadly not very many Ugandan businesses take the gigantic leap into the big time. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor determined that 28% of adults either own or co-own a new business saying that Ugandans are "opportunists by nature". The main reason for this being that each year there are approximately 400,000 youngsters vying for only 9,000 jobs.

The 2nd most populous landlocked country in the world with a diverse landscape lying in the Nile Basin bordered by South Sudan, Kenya, the Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania, it is home to Lake Victoria and the snow-capped mountains of Rwenzori. You will find rare birds, chimpanzees and hippos playing in this land, as well as the renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary at the Impenetrable National Park. Apart from numerous local lingoes spoken, English is the official language. It is a country with a bloody guerrilla war-torn history and many of its citizens displaced. The government is seen to be corrupt with the country having social issues such as people trafficking, sexual abuse of minors and forced labor and prostitution.

With a population of 38,319,241 souls, only 31.1% are connected to the Internet with a mere 5.7% getting onto Facebook. There is much hype about African countries "leap frogging" into the digital world with plenty of investors gushing over plans to help the poor with new technology and making big profits, but the reality may be far different especially in countries such as Uganda where there isn't a mature startup scene like in South Africa.

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