BLEGSCOPE is the brand name representing all BLEGSCOPE business and other initiatives that operate under BLEGSCOPE Capital Ltd (BCL). BCL is an investment holding company based in Uganda that was set up to provide a valuable and unparalleled platform for like-minded entrepreneurs to exploit the numerous business and investment opportunities in the Great Lakes region.

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Value for Money – Hard to analyse? Or is it?

Many times, the discourse between what is in a business man/woman’s head and his actual executions are seen to be a little bit wayward in the realizations of what is produced in the form of results. Because of this, he/she feels that the difference between what he sees in his mind and what he sees …

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Really, is the Operations Manual important?

Following through on the previous article on How to prepare an Operations Manual, we ask ourselves ~> Why should anyone be concerned about an operations manual? Through years of experience, here at BLEGSCOPE ® we’ve had the opportunity to work with many entrepreneurs and small businesses to help them achieve sustainable growth. Although in the …

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How to write an operations manual

Every business and organisation, no matter how big or small, needs to have standards that govern the way it carries out its activities. It is believed that developing your own set of policies and procedures (often called an “operations manual”) will help your business run more smoothly ~ especially when you cannot be there. It …

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The Fundamentals of Credit Sales in your Business

Today, with increasing options to buyers, most businesses are offering additional incentives to its customers which include credit sales. It is widely believed that offering credit can; Encourage customers to spend more, which can result in increased sales. Increase customer goodwill and build good customer relations. Make your customers less sensitive to price and more …

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The careful art of managing relationships (PART II)

Following through on last week’s article, this here is the conclusion to the careful art of managing relationships.   Managing the relationships between what can be many teams of people, comprising of perhaps many thousands of people, who might be based all over the globe, needs some science. At the heart of successful relationship management …

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The careful art of managing relationships (PART I)

From the guy who parades the gun purporting to be the security guard, to the lady who brings you cinnamon spiced tea every morning, to the driver making deliveries for you all the way to the accountant in the finance department who handles your re-imbursables as well as the team in HR who always seem …

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How Important are Ethics to Small and Medium Sized Business Owners?

For the past decade till today, I have interacted with several business owners and managers of different sizes. Some of these firms are really small with one staff and others, large organisations with over 500 employees. As I learn from these businesses, one of the many things that have been most intriguing to me is …

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What does inflation mean to the common man?

In Economics, Inflation is a rise in the general level of prices of goods and services over a period of time. When this happens, each unit of currency buys fewer goods and services. Consequently, inflation reflects a reduction in the purchasing power per unit of money – a loss of (real) value in the medium …

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Have you ever been in that scenario when you are wondering what is itching your boss? You know what I mean; that point when you are so sure you agreed to split the roles of some assignment and then he/she turns around to yell in your face about not delivering in your outputs and your …

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Consultancy ~> Creativity or Functionality?

The truth about consultancy rarely comes from the supplier side. For it to be absolutely appreciated, it must come from the demand side. Forgive my non-economist readers, but allow me to break it down for you in a No-Holds-Barred kind of manner. Many a time, a company, organisation, government or even a simple scenario is …

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