Golazo Business Dev't Solutions

Golazo Business Dev't Solutions

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Hello. We are Preston Digital Agency.

We are a new Digital Marketing Agency registered under the business registration act in Kenya that started recently and we were looking forward for being beneficial to you company.



The following are among the services we offer:

-S.E.O/S.E.M

-Web designing & Development.

-Mobile Application Development

-Software(s) Development

-Content marketing.

· -Social media marketing.

· -Social media advertising.

· -Email marketing.

· -Google & Youtube Ad's advertising

· -Cloud & Server Support

· -E-commerce Development

And many more.

It is with humble request that you will find our services of beneficial to your company. Do not hesitate to contact us on the above email or call 0796700350 or 0729277607.



Kind Regards,

Elijah Mateya

Business Development Manager

Preston Digital Agency

We're a tech company that utilizes technology and trainings to facilitate growth in businesses & individuals. We help you:
√Reduce operational costs
√Grow your customer numbers
√Boost business profits
√Enhance your brand image

Hello,

Welcome to Golazo! We are a tech business development company that utilizes software applications, training packages, video, and photos to help your business grow. We design tools and models to equip you with confidence and skills for success based on your business requirements. Our main goal is to see your business grow from one stage to the next. We work with dedication and confidence, t

Operating as usual

19/09/2021

The Silent Killer of Many Private Businesses in Our Economy
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It's true that running a business sure is tough stuff, but this could probably be eased to a degree if one had considerate clients.
Many a young creative today are suffering a slow silent death because of disrespectful clients.

Picture this; a client demands the creative show previous works done before they're hired for a job, and they duly comply.
They then task them to produce a couple of samples -without pay- to prove capability of taking on the "big job", and again as humble servants excited to please a customer, they'll go ahead and deliver to satisfaction.

Upon completion of all these hoops, this now then supposedly contented client hires the poor soul for a humongous job, where they're expectant of earning their keep as the certified creative they have proven themselves.
Still filled with excitement, they welcome the huge tasks with open arms, pore over them with every intent to impress; spending hours in research, design, and development.

After weeks of laboring at the job, a presentation of the final drafts is then made to the wonderful client, for comments and corrections before making final delivery, and that's when the "movie" kicks off...

Following completion of a huge task, the client's next course of action (s), can easily make or break your small business.
Since as a small business -often in the early stages-, most of your transactions heavily rely on mutual trust and respect, when a client abuses that, you're literally ruined!
After final delivery, some clients then find it convenient to go days without a response, some begin to obfuscate and equivocate when invoiced, and there's even a shoddy bunch that will now change from having approved of your previous works (even the samples you made for them) to now rubbishing your efforts.
And sadly this happens often to many creatives, especially startups.

In the end, they just burn out, failing to realize the genuine dreams and ambitions that inspired their opening.
Because, you see, in spending so much time to execute that one client's tasks, there are many others that they put on hold or outright reject, in hopes that this one huge project will compensate for it all. And when they don't get paid, it bears devastating effects on their prospects, efforts, and most importantly, ESTEEM!

If you are a client out there that has done this to your creative, please change. It might not occur to you now, but killing off one business today, eventually comes back to affect you too. Especially in a future where you'll least afford it.
Support one another for growth.
Peace Golazo

The Silent Killer of Many Private Businesses in Our Economy
.............................................................................
It's true that running a business sure is tough stuff, but this could probably be eased to a degree if one had considerate clients.
Many a young creative today are suffering a slow silent death because of disrespectful clients.

Picture this; a client demands the creative show previous works done before they're hired for a job, and they duly comply.
They then task them to produce a couple of samples -without pay- to prove capability of taking on the "big job", and again as humble servants excited to please a customer, they'll go ahead and deliver to satisfaction.

Upon completion of all these hoops, this now then supposedly contented client hires the poor soul for a humongous job, where they're expectant of earning their keep as the certified creative they have proven themselves.
Still filled with excitement, they welcome the huge tasks with open arms, pore over them with every intent to impress; spending hours in research, design, and development.

After weeks of laboring at the job, a presentation of the final drafts is then made to the wonderful client, for comments and corrections before making final delivery, and that's when the "movie" kicks off...

Following completion of a huge task, the client's next course of action (s), can easily make or break your small business.
Since as a small business -often in the early stages-, most of your transactions heavily rely on mutual trust and respect, when a client abuses that, you're literally ruined!
After final delivery, some clients then find it convenient to go days without a response, some begin to obfuscate and equivocate when invoiced, and there's even a shoddy bunch that will now change from having approved of your previous works (even the samples you made for them) to now rubbishing your efforts.
And sadly this happens often to many creatives, especially startups.

In the end, they just burn out, failing to realize the genuine dreams and ambitions that inspired their opening.
Because, you see, in spending so much time to execute that one client's tasks, there are many others that they put on hold or outright reject, in hopes that this one huge project will compensate for it all. And when they don't get paid, it bears devastating effects on their prospects, efforts, and most importantly, ESTEEM!

If you are a client out there that has done this to your creative, please change. It might not occur to you now, but killing off one business today, eventually comes back to affect you too. Especially in a future where you'll least afford it.
Support one another for growth.
Peace Golazo

04/09/2021

Game store Uganda and Shoprite are both winding down their operations in the country, after years of unmatched dominance. Given the clout these two stores have held in the elite shopping circles for decades, their imminent demise is so sad to witness.

We worry about the jobs of the locals that have been working there, the suppliers about to lose out on two big clients in quick succession, and the amount of revenue to be lost in taxes by the government.
Some here in Uganda have interpreted the departure of the two prominent behemoths as some open indicator of the ever-dwindling middle class in the nation's economic strata; however, for the people that have keenly followed the trends in the recent past, this opining is largely false.

The challenges buffeting these operators to the point of closure are more to do with operations than the market. When holding a near-monopoly on a niche market, it's much easier to succeed than collapse, and one even has the ability to dictate their own terms to the regulators.
So no, the people putting these closures down to the market, are simply wrong.

But, the operations!
The operation of a business in an ever-evolving market can be such a tricky matter.
And speaking of operations, I'd like to specifically zero in on our attitudes towards work as Ugandans...

Have you ever come across a Ugandan employed by a multinational?
How we go to extra lengths to ensure that our special status is NEVER misplaced by the audience?
That whoever gets the privilege to win our indulgence, should treat the opportunity with the utmost honor due?
We don't mind trailing our coats long and hard for as long as it's to draw attention to our special status for working with this or that important company, and hence a requirement for our presence to be felt.

Now all this should not have been a "big deal" -like we say here-, if only we knew our limits - the right place(s) and time(s). But alas, that's far from always being the case; especially in a small city like Kampala, where almost everyone knows everyone.

At times some of the toes upon which we have trampled belonged to the very people that directly or indirectly sustain us - the CUSTOMERS!
And many an unlucky soul have oft fallen afoul of our clout chasing endeavors.

From getting treated like trash at the check-out counters, to attracting unsolicited rude responses to an inquiry at the "customer service desks", many a customer has often been driven away more than retained by our attitudes; vowing never to return to the place whence they feel they have been tormented.

This does not bode well with operations at all! Especially for a business whose main survival is dependent on the image portrayed before the general public.

From the large telcos to chain stores, banks to major distributors, many of us when employed in these places, have behaved like the people we serve matter but little, and that the jobs will be ours for a lifetime. Why care about excelling at customer service?
And when the customers vote with their feet, only then does the reality hit home.

Nevertheless, though, let us all be of good cheer, the doom and gloom making rounds on social media, is simply unwarranted.
We are a beautiful nation, despite all challenges, our people are by and large a hospitable lot; our vibes are infectious, and when all this is finally behind us, Uganda will rise again!

We're not the only country struggling at the moment, if you have been following the news, every place is currently going through something, and like they have hope there, we should too.
Cheer up, you live in the most beautiful country on earth!
For god and my county ✌🏾
🇺🇬

Game store Uganda and Shoprite are both winding down their operations in the country, after years of unmatched dominance. Given the clout these two stores have held in the elite shopping circles for decades, their imminent demise is so sad to witness.

We worry about the jobs of the locals that have been working there, the suppliers about to lose out on two big clients in quick succession, and the amount of revenue to be lost in taxes by the government.
Some here in Uganda have interpreted the departure of the two prominent behemoths as some open indicator of the ever-dwindling middle class in the nation's economic strata; however, for the people that have keenly followed the trends in the recent past, this opining is largely false.

The challenges buffeting these operators to the point of closure are more to do with operations than the market. When holding a near-monopoly on a niche market, it's much easier to succeed than collapse, and one even has the ability to dictate their own terms to the regulators.
So no, the people putting these closures down to the market, are simply wrong.

But, the operations!
The operation of a business in an ever-evolving market can be such a tricky matter.
And speaking of operations, I'd like to specifically zero in on our attitudes towards work as Ugandans...

Have you ever come across a Ugandan employed by a multinational?
How we go to extra lengths to ensure that our special status is NEVER misplaced by the audience?
That whoever gets the privilege to win our indulgence, should treat the opportunity with the utmost honor due?
We don't mind trailing our coats long and hard for as long as it's to draw attention to our special status for working with this or that important company, and hence a requirement for our presence to be felt.

Now all this should not have been a "big deal" -like we say here-, if only we knew our limits - the right place(s) and time(s). But alas, that's far from always being the case; especially in a small city like Kampala, where almost everyone knows everyone.

At times some of the toes upon which we have trampled belonged to the very people that directly or indirectly sustain us - the CUSTOMERS!
And many an unlucky soul have oft fallen afoul of our clout chasing endeavors.

From getting treated like trash at the check-out counters, to attracting unsolicited rude responses to an inquiry at the "customer service desks", many a customer has often been driven away more than retained by our attitudes; vowing never to return to the place whence they feel they have been tormented.

This does not bode well with operations at all! Especially for a business whose main survival is dependent on the image portrayed before the general public.

From the large telcos to chain stores, banks to major distributors, many of us when employed in these places, have behaved like the people we serve matter but little, and that the jobs will be ours for a lifetime. Why care about excelling at customer service?
And when the customers vote with their feet, only then does the reality hit home.

Nevertheless, though, let us all be of good cheer, the doom and gloom making rounds on social media, is simply unwarranted.
We are a beautiful nation, despite all challenges, our people are by and large a hospitable lot; our vibes are infectious, and when all this is finally behind us, Uganda will rise again!

We're not the only country struggling at the moment, if you have been following the news, every place is currently going through something, and like they have hope there, we should too.
Cheer up, you live in the most beautiful country on earth!
For god and my county ✌🏾
🇺🇬

Photos from Golazo Business Dev't Solutions's post 16/08/2021

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06/08/2021

Talk to us let Golazo help you reach your goals as a business 😁

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05/08/2021

Share with us your thoughts on taking on specialization in your business.
Golazo Business Dev't Services
Contact us: +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650

Share with us your thoughts on taking on specialization in your business.
Golazo Business Dev't Services
Contact us: +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650

05/08/2021

Share with us your thoughts on taking on specialization in your business.

Golazo Business Dev't Services
Contact us: +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650

Share with us your thoughts on taking on specialization in your business.

Golazo Business Dev't Services
Contact us: +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650

Photos from Golazo Business Dev't Solutions's post 03/08/2021

Specialisation - The mastery of trade

After completion of a 42day long lockdown that was forced upon us by the devastating effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic; a disease that left many despondent and distraught.
To say that this lockdown and the virus itself greatly affected businesses in Uganda 🇺🇬 would be a gross understatement. Total obliteration of the economy would come closest to the right description; even the few that are still holding out are simply limping with no ray of hope in sight.

Looking to the future
History teaches us that in the times past, whenever businesses had to endure such battering as this, drastic measures had to be undertaken to ensure continuity of the economy.

During the 20th century, the path followed by most companies would be diversification – widening their range of products and services and expanding into new geographical locations.
However since the turn of the century, a new path has been adopted towards specialization. In a manner somewhat similar to shedding, a number of companies have resorted to selling off their non-core sections and focusing resources entirely in one direction. This is the future!

In order for companies to stay competitive -even in the current times-, its incumbent on businesses to adopt the path of specialization.
With all the disruption striking the economy; supply chain breakdowns, forced unpaid leaves on staff, revised business models, etc. Specialization is coming in as a handy solution to steer the economy back on its feet.
While threatening to be a challenge in the initial stages, those businesses bold enough to take this path stand to reap big in a future not far from now.

Without specialization for members of our workforce, division of labor will be a pipe dream, and our economy will continue to wallow in extreme primitivity. Specialization appeals to the best in all of us.

For more tips on how to specialize and the benefits in this, for both individuals and companies feel free to reach us at

Golazo Business Dev’t
+256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650
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Photos from Golazo Business Dev't Solutions's post 17/06/2021

Does your business need expert support to grow during these tough times?

We are a tech company that utilizes software applications, training programs, digital images, and video to help your business increase sales, grow profits, and build capacity for expansion.

Give us a call today ☎️ : +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650.
And you'll experience real transformation and growth in your business.

#Golazo #Business #support #Uganda #Grow

15/06/2021

Does your business need expert support to grow during these tough times?

We are a tech company that utilizes software applications, training programs, digital images, and video to help your business increase sales, grow profits, and build capacity for expansion.

Give us a call today ☎️ : +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650.
And you'll experience real transformation and growth in your business.

#Golazo #Business #support #Uganda #Grow

Does your business need expert support to grow during these tough times?

We are a tech company that utilizes software applications, training programs, digital images, and video to help your business increase sales, grow profits, and build capacity for expansion.

Give us a call today ☎️ : +256 700 896 547 / +256 774 340 650.
And you'll experience real transformation and growth in your business.

#Golazo #Business #support #Uganda #Grow

Our Story

Background
Statistics show that 77% of Uganda's 44M people are below 30years of age; of which up to 84% are unemployed and 2/3 surviving on less than 800USD a year, according to the GEM-Uganda Youth Report.

In a nation-wide survey carried out in 2013 by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), it was discovered that Uganda has some of the highest entrepreneurial rates in Sub-Saharan Africa, with over 1.8million informal business setups.

However, the report also discovered that despite 40 out of every 100 Ugandans being engaged in an activity or two concerned with running a business, over 1/3 of them are unable to realize growth of their businesses and offer jobs to others due to a lack of support from any institution(s), lack of enhanced access to financing, and absence of relevant training programs.
As a result, most of the dreams harbored by many during the startup stages of the businesses are short-lived.

Further more the report continued to state as follows; "Uganda's young people are under-educated and ill equipped to manage commercial enterprises beyond the one-person stat-up phase. This means that under current conditions, they are unlikely to create businesses that will employ more people in the near future, and hence contribute significantly to reducing unemployment and boosting economic growth."

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@Golazo Studio, @UGTickets, @Gigs

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85a, Bukoto Kisaasi Rd
Kampala
256

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 14:30
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