A startup that has more than $34k on their account is lucky enough to be among the richest 1% of the world’s companies and population in general. The ‘magic bullet’ purportedly used is in succeeding is actually non-existent. Kai wulff, an access field development director at Google Uganda, affirms to this because they are many ways one can follow to succeed, though disguised under an umbrella. Let’s call it The umbrella factor for starters.
Well, where budgets are on a shoe string basis, marketing is one of the least thought about strategies to gruesomely attack by many startups. Some companies mistakenly think it is a onetime stunt instead of appreciating that it is indeed 24/7. Many have read quick tips on how to coup 1000 followers in 5minutes, attended workshops about making it through shortcuts but here is one thing your mentor has not yet articulated!!
Whichever official entry point you use to enter Muk, you must encounter an elevated topography. Well, that’s the signature hill for you. In pursuit for academic excellence, various Ugandans from all walks of life toil to make it up there. This is characteristic of the hustle Ugandans face, perhaps there are even more strings attached as by this blog post.
Prof. Barya!! Please stand up for public consumption for making it top of the list, the estranged former V.C of the great institution is a living mascot and evidence that indeed centralized organizations suffer massive corruption, deceit, prejudice, violence and multitudes of breeds of escapades without proper track of events. Unfortunately these “don’ts” are replicated in the running of government systems.
2.Social media craze;
The day our maid sent me a facebook friend request, is the day I realized that the social media virus had gotten to the core. This wave is carried from the university right to the local communities, here; everyone is a photographer, a blogger, coach…as long as it is in line with social media.