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Ham Group

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Ham Group
Private Conglomerate
ISIN🆔
IndustryInvestments
Founded 📆2003; 21 years ago (2003)
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️Kampala, Uganda
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Hamis Kiggundu
CEO
Products 📟 Real Estate, Agro-Processing, schools, Banking, hotels & resorts, Technology
Members
Number of employees
7000
🌐 WebsiteHomepage
📇 Address
📞 telephone

The Ham Group of Companies, commonly referred to as the Ham Group, is a privately owned conglomerate in Uganda.[1][2][3] Hamis Kiggundu, a wealthy Ugandan businessman, is a shareholder in each of the companies in the Group.[4][5]

History[edit]

The Ham Group was founded in 2005 by Hamis Kiggundu, initially focusing on garment trading.[6] Hamis learned business basics by helping his father, Hajji Segawa, in his textile shop and started his own business during school holidays with capital from his father. As his business grew, he moved into real estate, buying and selling land and properties.[7][2] In 2009, he established Ham Enterprises (U) Ltd and began constructing commercial properties.[3] His first major project was Ham Towers in Kampala, completed in 2010, followed by Ham Shopping Mall within 18 months, which boosted his rental income and enabled him to secure further bank financing.[2][8]

By 2021, the Ham Group had diversified into large-scale industrialization, particularly in agro-processing. A pilot project was the US$156 million Integrated Agro-Processing Industrial Plant (IAIP) at Akright City, aimed at adding value to Uganda's agricultural products.[9][3][10]

Subsidiary companies[edit]

As of June 2024, the companies of the Ham Group included but were not limited to the following:[11]

See also[edit]


Other articles of the topic Companies  : Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., Starbucks Corporation, Spümcø, Inc., Univision Communications Inc., Career Education Corporation, Warner Music Group Corp.
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References[edit]

  1. "Vision Group, Ham Group of Companies forge strategic partnership". New Vision. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Nsehe, Mfonobong (2021-10-05). "Meet Hamis Kiggundu, the 37-year-old entrepreneur who built a property empire in Uganda". Billionaires.Africa. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Penresa (10 March 2021). "Ham Enterprises Limited: Hamis Kiggundu" (PDF). Forbes Africa Magazine. p. 24. Retrieved 11 June 2024.
  4. Asiteza, Remmy (2024-04-07). "LIST: Unveiling Uganda's wealthiest moguls in 2024 as Sudhir retains top spot". Daily Express. Retrieved 2024-04-11.
  5. Sande, Nyongesa (2024-04-06). "Hamis Kiggundu". Bizmart | Business in Motion. Retrieved 2024-04-11.
  6. Bizmart (2023-03-29). "Meet the youngest and first African billionaire to build a national stadium using own funds". Bizmart | Business in Motion. Retrieved 2023-12-01.
  7. Katungulu, Amon (2018-07-23). "Ham Kiggundu". Nilepost News. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  8. BigEyeUg3 (2015-06-10). "Here is how Ham of Ham towers made his money and became a billionaire". BigEye Uganda. Retrieved 2023-04-06.
  9. "Finance minister commends Kiggundu for setting up food processing unit". New Vision. Retrieved 2023-04-06.
  10. Katungulu, Amon (2022-04-21). "Minister Anite lauds Hamis Kiggundu for setting up modern agro-processing plant". Nilepost News. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 Ajayi, Feyisayo (2023-08-14). "7 companies owned by Ugandan multimillionaire Ham Kiggundu". Billionaires.Africa. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  12. BFU (22 January 2021). "Premier Recruitment Flags off 68 Ugandans For Jobs In Saudi Arabia, Qatar". Business Focus Uganda (BFU). Kampala, Uganda. Retrieved 8 May 2021.
  13. Writer, TEDDY TRACY NAYIGA | PML Daily Staff (2020-03-12). "Ham Enterprises takes on DTB in fraud accusations fallout". PML Daily. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  14. Tech, P. C. (2024-01-08). "LGC Launch of Smart Homes Project at Ham Palm Villas". PC Tech Magazine. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  15. Muhoozi, Mourice (2022-01-29). "LIST: Top 10 Richest People In Uganda". Watchdog Uganda. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  16. "New online learning platform launched". Monitor. 2021-10-25. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  17. "Minister Anite hails Ham Agro-Processing Industries for creating jobs". New Vision. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  18. "Beyond Ham versus DTB landmark ruling". Monitor. 2020-10-20. Retrieved 2024-06-11.
  19. Reporter, Real Muloodi (2022-03-18). "Ham's Kiham Enterprises Offers Proof of Kigo Land Ownership, while UNRA Abandons the Tycoon". Real Muloodi News Network. Retrieved 2024-06-11.

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