Invest in the pearl of AFRICA
UGANDA IS SECURE GROWING OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Uganda enjoys a unique location along the equator, in the heart of the Sub-Saharan Africa within the East African Region. Uganda’s land-linked location has positioned it strategically for regional trade and investment.
The people of Uganda have been ranked the most friendly and highly entrepreneurial community. The economy also offers high returns on investment thus making Uganda your preferred investment destination.
Uganda’s Vision 2040 focuses on strengthening the fundamentals of the economy to harness the abundant opportunities in Uganda. Opportunities exist in Oil & Gas, Agriculture value addition, Mineral Value Addition, Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure development, Tourism, etc.
Our Priority Sectors
The priority sectors are in line with Uganda’s National Development Plan III
5 - Step Investment Process
The process of Investing in Uganda can be condensed to five major steps. The process is even shorter for existing domestic companies that may not require work permits.
the Investor One Stop Center
The establishment of the One-Stop Centre by the Uganda Investment Authority through the amendment of the Investment Act, 2019 created a single access point for information and service transactions for investors.
PHYSICAL & ELECTRONIC OSCs
DTB BANK BRANCH
+256 206 300968
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Apply for an Investment License
Both foreign and domestic companies qualify for an investment license if they meet the threshold. Foreign investors must have a capital investment that exceeds US$ 250,000 and US$ 50,000 for domestic companies.
Application for an Investment License from the Uganda Investment Authority are fully automated and submitted online. After all required documentation is submitted and satisfactory, the license is issued within 48 hours at no cost.
Chief Internal Auditor of the Uganda Investment Authority Mr. John Kyamakya Bwambale has advised investors to include risk management in …