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This video is primarily intended for foreigners with an interest in living in Africa, though I focus specifically on Ghana. My message is even more geared towards those who are considering investing in Ghanaian start-up ventures. You must only discuss money with your closest circle of trusted friends, and in truth I trust only one person. That is not to say you cannot have a healthy social life. Indeed, it is natural to be friendly with Ghanaians, for they are among the friendliest peoples of the world. At the same time, people have no need to know about matters that do not concern them. Following this simple guide line to protect sensitive information will save you an infinite number of problems.
Dr. Harnet is providing the latest insights into opportunities for YOU in the cocoa & chocolate industry in Ghana. 6 AFRICA BUSINESS MODELS BEST FOR DIASPORA - sign up here for my free mini course: http://africajumpstart.com/
Dr. Harnet is providing the latest insights (stand May 2017) into how much capital you need to get started in Ghana as a Diaspora African, a national, or a friend of Africa. 6 AFRICA BUSINESS MODELS BEST FOR DIASPORA - sign up here for my free mini course: http://africajumpstart.com/
Transforming Ghana; Agribusiness to the rescue?
Waste is an enormous problem in Ghana. In this video we see how a Dutch-Ghanaian company and an artist are turning plastic waste into new products and make profit. News about Africa is very often filled with stereotyped images of famine, war and disease. But there is also another side to the continent. Fast-growing economies and investment opportunities. The Dutch production company Interactive Africa focuses its lens precisely on the innovative side of Africa with its online video reports Spark Africa. Also visit: www.africa-interactive.net Spark Africa is about innovative developments you hear little about. All the items are produced by African journalists and cameramen which creates a different dynamics compared to when a white European crew is used. Among other fascinating ...
Ghana's middle class is expanding despite economic problems that have led the government to seek help from the International Monetary Fund. Local entrepreneurs are seizing the opportunity to feed the appetite of the expanding middle class. In the hospitality sector, running a restaurant is high stress anywhere but owners say it is tougher in Ghana due to irregular power supply. But they're betting on the country's growing appetite for good food.
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...
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
This Summit is being organised in fulfilment of a manifesto pledge by H.E President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana, to engage Ghanaians Living Abroad in the transformation of the political and socio-economic structure of Ghana. The purpose of the Summit is to bring the Ghanaian Diaspora together to dialogue on how to achieve the President's vision of active participation by Diasporans in the economic development of the country and to fully integrate them into the political processes. The Summit also aims to attract the full participation of Ghanaians Living Abroad in Private Enterprise by bringing them together with local businesses. The Summit is divided into three areas: First Day: Entrepreneurial Ghana - Investment opportunities etc Second Day: Human...
In this episode of Your Black World News, Host Roosevelt Mitchell III (http://rooseveltmitchell.com/) discuss the Ghanaian company investing millions into the failing Chicago bank. Read more at http://atlantablackstar.com/2016/06/29/ghanaian-company-invests-9m-in-failing-black-chicago-bank-urges-africans-and-african-americans-to-help-one-another/ The Dr Boyce Watkins Channel is an all-black news and commentary channel that features a number of African American thinkers, commentators and speakers. The views of each video are not necessarily representative of those of Dr Boyce Watkins himself. You can follow Dr Watkins at the links below: Instagram: @TheRealBoyceWatkins Twitter: @DrBoyceWatkins1 Via Text: Text the word Boyce to 31996 Youtube: Youtube.com/DrBoyceWatkins To learn how...
He identified a need, like all entrepreneurs do, and established Supreme Sauce, what we locally call Shito. But his is not the Shito we know because Americans aren't too keen on eating black coloured food, Nana Kwamena Takyi-Micah, the Chief Executive Officer of Supreme Sauce told Pulse Business. Supreme Sauce is a taste of ‘Ghana’ in a spicy tomato-based sauce and marinade with habanero and green peppers and onion Takyi-Micah knew he’d be an entrepreneur when his first business in Senior High School failed. Rather than deflate him, that first failure urged him on. The failed project was a t-shirt with “Everest Customs” written on the back. Everest Customs didn’t work too well.
For an industrious biochemistry student who has graduated and is much enthused about starting her own business, it was must trouble thinking and wondering how she could acquire the huge industrial equipments she learnt about in school, but that wasn't anymore when the smaller thoughts came it. She was able to do just as she had to, to get the right products. Ivy Appiah is the CEO of Twajo Industries Limited. She is a Ghanaian biochemist with a decade's experience in product formulations both in food and cosmetic development. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Kofi Owusu-Ansah explores the challenges facing the micro-finance sector
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