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I have put together these 12 TIPs, for starting a business in Ghana. They are based on my experiences and lessons I have learnt since starting my business in Ghana in 2010. The 12 points I make in this video forms part of the philosophies my business is built on and how I manage my relationship with my employees. It is also what affords me the chance to be able to leave my business behind without worrying about how things are so much. These are really the lesson I wish someone had put out for me when I first started on my journey to start a business in Ghana as a returnee.
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For decades, the biggest business opportunities in Africa were created through “traditional” sources, especially from the trade and export of raw and non-value-added commodities such as crude oil, timber, gold, coal, cocoa, tea, coffee, leather and several others. Today, the wealth that is breeding a new generation of millionaires in Africa is being created through new and unconventional business opportunities. These business opportunities are simmering beneath Africa’s endless stream of unsolved problems, underserved needs and everyday frustrations. New wealth on the continent is emerging from solving problems and creating value, and not from “old school” resource extraction. In this video, we share with you the top business opportunities in Africa that are very likely to make more mil...
Kelvin Mensah sits down with Berla Mundi to Discuss Ghana, private jet business, and more. Check him out on social media and follow his journey. Instagram - @mrprivatekm Website- www.kelvinmensah.com Blog - www.PJKev.com
In this episode Access Africa looks at the energy sector and the role of South African financiers on mega projects on the African continent, joined by Stuart Bird, CEO Mr Price Group, one of South Africa’s leading retailers, on their operating philosophy in Ghana.
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 ...
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
http://www.fao.org/nutrition This documentary provides a direct insight into the daily routine of women working in the informal sector of street food vending in Accra, Ghana. Shot during a survey on street food vending supported by FAO, Germany and the Fondazione Banca del Monte di Lombardia (Italy), this video is a direct testimonial from the streets of Accra. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
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
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.
Ghana's Grace Amey-Obeng, one of West Africa's most successful businesswomen, made her fortune promoting products which emphasised the beauty of the black skin, at a time when many of her competitors were selling dangerous skin-bleaching formulas. The business empire she started a quarter of a century ago with around $100 (£63) now has an annual turnover of between $8m and $10m. Continue reading the main story " Start Quote The women in the market had destroyed their skin with all this kind of beauty products, bleaching products" End Quote Grace Amey-Obeng Her FC Group of Companies - which includes a beauty clinic, a firm that supplies salon equipment and cosmetics, and a college - has eight branches in Ghana and exports to Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Togo, Ivory Coast, Switzerl...
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.
101 Ways To Make Money in Africa - Business Ideas for Entrepreneurs in Africa - Rice When most people think of agriculture in Africa, images of poor and overworked farmers with crude tools on a rural farm readily come to mind. Many, especially young Africans, still think that agribusiness is a poor man’s occupation. Nowadays everybody wants a white-collar office job in the city. Agribusiness is hardly on anyone’s mind. Did you know that Africa sits on an agribusiness goldmine but most people just dont’t see it? If you’re one of the blind, allow me to open your eyes with a few exciting facts you need to know about agribusines in Africa… Did you know that Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, recently invested $1 billion in rice production? Every year, Africa spends billions of dollars on ...
SAP and PlaNet Finance joined forces to help improve the incomes and living conditions for rural Ghanaian women engaged in the shea nut harvesting and shea butter business. The women harvest and process shea nuts into high quality, handcrafted shea butter, used in many cosmetic products. For the initiative, SAP and PlaNet Finance provide education, microfinance, information technology and software support.