A business entity can truly transition only if, it has institutionalised sustainability into its operations that is, making sustainability a culture and not just a mere act of Corporate Social Responsibility.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, EMY Africa Awards presents the “Treat Her Right” campaign in partnership with UNFPA and Lucozade. The “Treat Her Right” project is a gender intervention initiative by EMY Africa Awards...
From Kaneshie Shop to Pharmaceutical Giant: Meet the Man Behind Ernest Chemists.
Three men – Kenny Agyapong, Abdul Karim Abdullah and Edward Adjaye – came together to form, what has become a worldwide cultural sensation in less than three years.
Though still at a developmental stage, the Ghanaian fashion industry has become a great landmark for global media, key fashion players and buyers, and at the fulcrum of it all are brands like Brommon and Chocolate...
I have always been a bannerman for youth empowerment. For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted young people to put on for another – to form connections that would help them reach their goals.
It’s time for government policy to cater to the youth, as much it does for large, mostly foreign-owned corporations.
The world is keenly observing the ongoings in Nigeria. One thing has been etched in the minds of all who are following the protests: Nigeria is prepared to stay out on the streets for as long as it takes. And we shall...
Double amputee, Charles Narh Teye overcame the challenges life has thrown at him to become a gym manager and paralympian.
A common myth about investing is that a big fat bank account is required just to get started. In reality, the process of building a solid portfolio can begin with a few thousand – or even a few hundred – cedis.