The Accra Brewery Limited (ABL) and UT Bank yesterday launched a business competition which would identify the top small and medium scale (SME) entrepreneurs in the country and provide them with the opportunity to gain invaluable expert training and advice to help take their businesses to the next level.
The Netherlands Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Hans Docter, has downplayed concerns that the economic partnership agreement (EPA), being renegotiated between Europe and Africa Caribbean Pacific (ACP) regions, is meant to forcefully open Africa's markets to cheap imports from Europe.
Businesses in the country should cede part of their advertising budgets to online media or risk losing out on the large number of Ghanaians who spend more time on the Internet than on the traditional media, the country manager of online advertising firm, Wild Fusion, has advised.
The Asubonten Rural Bank Limited, with its head office at Worawora in the Volta Region, has increased its deposits from GH¢3 million at the end of December, 2011 to GH¢4.41 million at the close of last year.
The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GHPA) has downplayed fears that the country risk losing its maritime traffic to neighbouring Togo following the construction of a new port in the Togolese capital, Lome.
The largest cement producer in the country, Ghacem says government must speed up plans to introduce the Automatic Tariff Adjustment, since that would be a preferred option than the current spate of hikes in tariffs.
Enterprise Life, a leading insurance company has entered into partnership with the Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists (IFEJ) in training members of the institute in the area of financial and business reporting.
The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Mr Clement Kofi Humado, has conceded that the agricultural sector has relinquished its position as the largest contributor to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to the service sector.