On May 19, 2018, The MUBS Entrepreneurship Innovation and Incubation Centre in partnership with Kafeero Foundation organized the first ever 24 hour Innopreneur Boot camp. The participants who included students were given 24hrs to come up with innovative ideas which would be developed into businesses. The camp which ended on May 20, 2018 was a success with the participants pitching their ideas. They also got to learn what they needed to successfully start a business and sustain it. The event took place at the MUBS Main Campus, Nakawa. Thumbs up to Kafeero Foundation, Riham Uganda and the School Management for supporting such innovative inventions.
Dr. Rachel Mindra Katoroogo, Head of Department Finance, conducting a session on Online financing sources aka alternative financing models for businesses at the monthly Entrepreneurship Innovation and Incubation Breakfast meeting. She emphasized how Technology has changed the way we live, conduct business and even access financial services/opportunities. Alternative finance is the new buzz word in the space because the challenges businesses face regarding financing for start up and growth to enable them prosper using traditional financial institutions still exist.