How To Be Productive While Working From Home During Lockdown

Working From Home

To many, the idea of working from home sounded alien until a few months ago when the Coronavirus pandemic forced the world to go on lockdown. The reality of flipping open your laptop and getting on with work on your couch has intensified. Working at home while on lockdown obviously takes time getting used to; you have to firstly deal with the fact that you’ll be easily distracted since you’re in a more comfortable environment. Now you may be wondering if it is possible to be productive while you work remotely and the answer is Yes! It takes some discipline to...

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What you Need to Know About Public Private Partnerships


“The time has come for Public Private partnership to fix this country and put it back to work – Van Jones” When listening to the national dialogue on investment and finance, the average Ugandan is blindsided either by the complexity in language or the cavalier belief that those are discussions limited to the higher offices along Parliamentary Avenue. No one ever seems to keep their ears peeled to find out the effect or importance of such dialogue. One of such kinds of topics is the one on Public-Private Partnerships or as they are commonly known PPPs. In this article, we will attempt...

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Land transactions

It does not require a scholar study into the land transactions in Uganda to know the rot and fraud that litters the contentious industry. If you have been a party to a land transaction in Uganda or have kept a keen eye on the transactions of those close to you it will not come as a surprise that at one point the “deal” had almost gone sideways for one reason or the other. You will probably have heard of instances of people “buying air”, having duplicated land titles or having paid the money to a quack owner. The reason such complexities...

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6 Ways How Small Businesses can use Mergers and Acquisitions to their advantage

Mergers and acqusitions

Mergers and acquisitions are like marriages. They are the bringing together of two individuals. If you wouldn't marry someone for the 'operational efficiencies' they offer in the running of a household, then why would you combine two companies with unique cultures and identities for that reason? Simon Sinek Introduction If you have talked to someone in the corporate world before you have probably come across the terms Merger and Acquisition (usually shortened to M&A). In close relation to that are the terms consolidation and amalgamation, which are usually used interchangeably with the term merger. To begin with, lets, define a merger as “an...

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