To relive the successes and hay days of trade fairs, Ghana Trade Fair Company has created avenues to educate, inspire and promote doing business in Ghana. One of such opportunities is ‘The Pitch’, a day’s training event for existing and aspiring entrepreneurs.
“There is a lot of opportunity for American capital, technology and enterprise in Ghana, and, indeed, in Africa, and we welcome companies from all your states to participate in the exceptional opportunities that exist in our country and on the continent.” These were the words
A-five member Audit Committee for the Minerals Commission has been inaugurated with a call on members to take interest in the implementation of risk management strategies and ensure a high level of corporate governance.
Mr Joe Ghartey, the Minister of Railway Development, has said about one million tonnes of freight transited through Tema and Takoradi ports to Burkina Faso as at September 2017.
The Kumasi Technical University in the Ashanti Region has been summoned before the Public Accounts Committee in Accra over a contract the institution awarded without following due process.
Ghana International Bank (GHIB) has reiterated its committment to use its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes to support its developing partners in the country to help alleviate poverty and improve healthcare delivery and education.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has called on the government of Ghana to adopt a bottom-up approach in implementing its transformational and industrialisation agenda.
Chief Operations Officer of Rana motors, an automobile marketing company Kassem Odaymat is urging the Bank of Ghana to further cut down interest rates to enhance the affordability of new vehicles by the public.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Universal Merchant Bank (UMB), John Awuah, has called on players in Ghana’s banking sector to look at the best ways of supporting the development of the country’s tourism industry to make it attractive.
Founder of the Living Faith Church also known as the Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has described as an insult a report by Forbes magazine that he is worth $150M.