My company Herbalife is a globally positioned organisation and we are excited about entering the market in Ghana in the next few months. In advance of the launch we are spearheading things by contacting business people to help us establish a local network, we will then be running a series of introductory interviews in various towns and cities in Ghana , thereafter we will be initiating business training prior to the launch.
We're looking for business minded people interested… Continue
Manufacturing index 53.8 and non-manufacturing index 57.1, both numbers still indicating growth for the 5th consecutive month; manufacturing down by 0.9 percentage points; non-manufacturing 1.1 percent point higher compared to April.
Amsterdam, June 2, 2011. The Africa Business Confidence Index (ABCI) for May shows growth in both the index for manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors in Africa. The difference compared to April in the manufacturing…
ExplainerDC is Ghana’s leading web development, internet marketing and web hosting company. We service more than 100 clients in Ghana and abroad such as Vodafone, The UN and SGS. Our projects range from corporate websites to information portals and marketing campaigns. We also operate e-ventures such as YellowPages, and have recently set up a state-of-the-art Data Centre. This year we are…
Manufacturing index 60.3 and non-manufacturing index 58.9, both indicating expansion; manufacturing higher than February; non-manufacturing slightly lower than previous month
The Africa Business Confidence Index (ABCI) for March shows growth in both the index for manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors in Africa. The difference compared to February in the indices for manufacturing shows a plus of 2.2 and for non-manufacturing a decrease of…
Plastic waste is an enormous problem in Ghana. Everywhere you look there's plastic waste on the side of the road. The Dutch-Ghanaian recycling company Cyclus has found a way to create a cleaner environment, create jobs and make profit from waste at the same time. A student shows how plastic bottles can be used to create furniture. An artistic and useful way to recycle waste.
The documentary series SPARK AFRICA is produced by Africa Interactive, a fast… Continue
Africa Interactive is the world's market leader in professional video content produced by local African reporters. Africa Business Communities met with CEO Pieter van Twisk in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
For our operations in Accra, Ghana we have a vacancy for a
Full time journalist/editor
We are looking for:
- A young, ambitious journalist
- Specialized in African Business
- English speaking (preferably bi-lingual with French or Portuguese)
- Familiar with market research
- Ready to learn and work hard
- A communicator with open mind
IRIN NEWS. At first glance it looks like a fully grown tropical forest, but among the thick undergrowth, the trees still stand in lines, their trunks deeply scarred. This was once a productive rubber plantation; now it is part of Liberia’s estimated 600,000ha of overgrown and moribund rubber farms.
To fell the trees and clear the land for replanting means backbreaking labour, followed by a long wait until the new trees grow big enough to be tapped. But for a Canadian renewable… Continue
By J. Atsu Amegashie. "Why do Ghanaians expect our football to be world class but not our political leadership?" This was a question posed to me by a friend.
After a 1-1 draw against Australia at the on-going world cup in South Africa, Ghana's Black Stars moved to the top of group D with four points. Yet, most Ghanaians were not happy with the performance of the Black Stars; we want to be one of the best soccer nations in the world. Some were even outraged at the disappointing… Continue
Petroleum Minister Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah and Mr Alexander Novak, Russia’s Energy Minister, have pledged to continue facilitating the cooperation between Ghanaian and Russian companies in the area of energy and petroleum.
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