The research project ‘Changing the Mindsets of Ugandan Entrepreneurs: From Muppets to Gazelles’ was kicked off in Uganda on 21 January 2015. It was jointly organized by participants from Eindhoven University of Technology, Makerere University Business School, Muteesa I Royal University, Uganda Investment Authority, and Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Association Ltd. The meeting gathered over 50 representatives from academia, policy, politics, civil society, media, and the private sector.

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