Uganda Top 100 mid-sized companies Survey (‘Top 100 Survey’) is an initiative of KPMG and Daily Monitor. The survey seeks to identify Uganda’s fastest-growing medium sized companies to showcase business excellence and highlight some of the country’s most successful entrepreneurship stories.
The ‘Top 100 Mid-sized Company” (‘Top 100 Company’) is one that ranks ahead of its peers in terms of revenue growth, profit growth, returns to shareholders and cash generation/liquidity. A Top 100 company has succeeded in progressively growing its market position in the industries in which it operates and over time, this growth has translated into both returns for its shareholders and a sound financial position.
About the 2022 Survey
The 2022 TOP 100 survey will bring back the pre-covid19 survey approach where SMEs will be screened on both the general and financial questionnaires. This is intended to understand how SMEs are coping with the post pandemic business environment and therefore help policy makers to come up with informed decisions to accelerate growth. The theme for this year’s survey is “Creating synergies and sustainable Business models sufficient for accelerated growth”
The survey will be launched along with a forum focusing on tax on the topic; “Developments in the tax regime; Implications to growth and Business Sustainability” with the main discussants being Edgar Mukasa – Senior Manager Tax & Regulatory Services and Mark Tusiime – Manager Tax and Regulatory Services.
Objectives of the survey
- To create industry databases and
• Enable medium-sized (‘mid-sized’) companies to benchmark themselves against their peers
• Highlight to policymakers the mid-sized companies’ contribution to economic growth.
- To support mid-sized companies in their growth by linking them with key service providers. Some of
these service providers will form relationships with the companies by sponsoring the survey and/or
special forums for the Top 100 companies
- To address the challenges faced by SMEs in the evolving economic environment.
- To facilitate networking amongst the Top 100 companies.
- To create platforms for the Top 100 companies to engage individually and collectively in activities,
particularly those related to promoting entrepreneurship in the country.
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