Public Relations

Terp Media started out exclusively as a Public Relations firm in 1998. It was the first of its kind in Uganda. Since then, we have helped many companies with their publicity endeavours. Our passion for communication is reflected in everything we do.


At Terp Media, we believe it is not enough for a company to exist. Its name, tagline, logo, look and feel must be recognisable and loved by those who associate with it. This is a process built over time. We are keen on raising and nurturing brands and every time we brand a company, we learn something new. Over time, we have gathered a wealth of experience to help brands garner the much needed brand visibility and loyalty.


Terp Media branched into advertising to provide clients with an all round communication strategy that doesn’t only include Public Relations, but also creative advertising. We believe that running an effective campaign requires both creative artwork and publicity. Our role as advertisers is to help clients in ideation and execution of successful communication campaigns.

Events Activation

The events management unit at Terp Media is an added service to our clients. It is not easy organising a successful event but with the right team, it is possible. The events we have handled are a testament to that. Under this service, we also have tents that we hire out to those who need them.

Media Buying

To guarantee return on investment, we help clients strategically place their adverts where they will get most visibility and reach. We carefully observe the market, study behavioural changes of consumers and analyse statistics before recommending appropriate media placement for our clients. We are not psychics per se but rather a focussed bunch of people who have carefully mapped out our future. As we continue to grow, our interests also increase. The race is on

Industrial and Agriculture Training

Young people who come off ordinary education yet many grew up on farms are not raised in an industrial culture. We teach making dairy products cultures such as yorghut, butter and ice cream. We also teach food preparation for beef and other products. We partner with local institutions such as the Uganda industrial institute (UIRI) where need for practical demonstration and marking is required. We work with ocer 100 technical vocationalInstitutions across the country for this work

Business Skilling and Enterprise

For many young people, an idea is the only way out of poverty but to get mentorship and instruction in business Managment requires a lot of funds. We work with a number of trainers retained in our system to develop business training clinics across all sectors to support youth enterprises. Uganda is increasing her export of food to the region and many youth are in grain, chicken, animal feeds, fish, bull fattening etc. we use our resources to mentor and train and help the youth start and sustain their own businesses.