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International shipping company Aquantuo has opened a store in Uganda as it seeks to expand its operations and pursue its dream of solving the many challenges that Africans face in receiving and sending goods around the world.
386 views, By Elision Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Banking and finance are some of the top industries that have been using these tools of Elision. Recently, the spokesperson of the company announced that the company will provide secured communication tools to banks in India and abroad.
677 views, By alljobspo Uganda
In Uganda, the rate of unemployment rates is high, the nation has much semi-skilled and unskilled workers and the majority of employers like to hire the natives of Ugandan.
292 views, By alljobspo Uganda
Job hunting can be one of the most depressing activities that one can go through in their adult life. Gone are the days when one would have to wake up, dress in presentable outfits
226 views, By Oksford Consults
The directors of Oksford Consults, Mr Bukenya, Mrs Walusimbi, miss Yaourtoglou & Mrs Dronyi announce the new premises of the company offices.
1112 views, By Untapped Global
Partnership expands financing options for African SMEs through Smart Asset Financing™
635 views, By alljobspo Uganda
Looking for a new job? Maybe you are even looking to establish good networks that can connect you with a job opportunity? I'm sure if you've been doing this for a while, you'll agree that it's never a walk in the park.
358 views, By alljobspo Uganda
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is a UN agency mandated to aid and protect refugees, forcibly displaced communities, and stateless people, and to assist in their voluntary repatriation, local integration or resettlement to a
367 views, By alljobspo Uganda
Each year higher institutions in Uganda graduate over 400,000 students. The graduates scramble for 150,000 estimated available annual job openings in the country. ~0.008% create own jobs, leaving the 71.99% graduates jobless every year