- published: 19 Jul 2016
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Dr. Harnet shares fresh insights into Ghana's top 2 business & investment sectors for the African Diaspora. If you want to learn more about HOW to do business in Africa, sign up to my FREE monthly Africa Intelligence Report on www.africajumpstart.com
A short insight into how our Africa business & investment mission was discussing serious partnership opportunities in Ghana within a matter of days prepared through government offices. Get the FREE monthly Africa Business Intelligence guide by Dr. Harnet on www.africajumpstart.com and sign up to my YOUTUBE channel.
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Famed Ghanaian broadcaster and entrepreneur Kwabena Adisi shares his story of spending nights on the streets of Accra to being the CEO of a media group with more than 11 media companies in Ghana. He advices, Dream big, yet start small, let no man bring you down. Nathan Kwabena Adisi is a Ghanaian broadcaster and entrepreneur. With a vast experience in Ghanaian media, he has over a decade’s experience in radio alone climbing up to be the CEO of the EIB Group, a Ghanaian media establishment with more than seven (7) media companies under its umbrella. He says what most people see on TV and hear on radio is a fun loving easygoing energetic person but being successful comes with a lot of prayers, hard work, determination and discipline. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED co...
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The Kumasi Business Incubator (KBI) at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is providing young entrepreneurs like Peter Paul Akanko, CEO and Designer of Kente Master, and Prince Boadu, CEO of Maptech Logistics LTD, the tools they need to help turn their innovative ICT-based ideas into successful businesses. Akanko and Boadu were two of 25 business owners who graduated from the year-long program in 2015. KBI was funded in part by IDA, the World Bank’s fund for the poorest, in support of the government’s goal to increase employment opportunities in ICT through public private partnerships. http://worldbank.org/africa | IDAworks