MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship - Kampala (Uganda)

Build your business

The E4impact MBA is addressed to:

  • Entrepreneurs with an up-and-running business willing to make it grow
  • Start-uppers willing to scale their business
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs willing to implement their business idea

The class is recruited in such a way that participants are given the chance to work together and mutually benefit from one another!

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In the pilot phase of our MBA in Kenya and Ghana between 2011 and 2014, our entrepreneurs had the following results:



  Denis Kimbugwe
  MBA Class 2015/16
  Founder of Pure Products ltd


Denis' goal is to reduce the PET plastic environmental burden by reusing and recycling water bottles. At Pure Products they also wish to improve the sanitation standards of their customers by reducing water related diseases. He enrolled in the MBA to refine and redesign his business model as well as tape the MBA resources to grow his business to another level. Today he is employing over 50 youths and has a permanent staff of 15 people. In 2015 he counted 1000 loyal customers. In 2016 he sold more than 1,000,000 liters of water and installed 10 water ATMs in peri-urban Kampala and 5 water kiosks in Kampala. He has developed partnerships with Growth Africa and Connect to Grow from which he received $48,000 grant.

Pure Products ltd 

A market-based social venture to provide access to safe clean drinking water to the underserved and unserved urban and peri-urban Ugandans at an affordable price, while creating employment to the youths through water franchise kiosks and water ATMs model.



  Emilio Odongo

  MBA Class 2015/2016
  Founder of Alwak Tradelinks Uganda


Emilio is the main supplier of Uganda breweries with High Quality Cassava Flour (over 300MT).  He founded his company in 2014, in 2015 he planted 50 acres of Cassava and in 2016 additional 400 acres. Today 700 smallholder cassava farmers (out-growers) are registered under Alwak Tradelinks. In 2016 was selected as participant on the Government project to promote cassava at national level (funded by World Bank) and set to supply cassava planting materials to Government of Uganda (worth $53,000)

Alwak Tradelinks Uganda

An agribusiness company specialized in the development of cassava value chain, promoting food security, health and wellbeing and contributing to the fight against the poverty in the sub region of Uganda West Nile


Uganda Martyrs University
Kampala, Uganda
Phone: + 256 772440532

Anno accademico
Sede proponente
Sede didattica
Kampala (Uganda)
Data di inizio
09 settembre 2017
Impact entrepreneurship