Have you ever faced a stretch because of inability to meet payments based on current cash flows? No wonder then, if you ask anyone who manages their own company, they would tell you without hesitation that cash is king. When it comes to your own business, sales are important, yes, but making sure that you
Since he was 7 years old, Mohamed Al Jabery has been involved in his father’s business of manufacturing water heaters.
“I started with basic tasks like iron dust cleaning, and gradually grew into specialised roles in production management, finance and marketing, until I was finally promoted to general management of the business in 2001,” says 41-year-old Mohamed.
GroFinGhana was awarded “Outstanding Contribution to the Growth of SMEs” under the Corporate Special Recognition category at the first Ghana CFO Awards held at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
A focus on quality education in her community is what drew Lilian Butesi Muhandiki to quit her secure job at the airport and start teaching students. Starting with private tuitions for 5 nursery students at her home, word-of-mouth saw the number of students shoot up to 25. It was then that Lilian decided to rent
Caption: GroFin women entrepreneurs from Sub-Saharan Africa and MENA regions. Which region would you say has the highest proportion of female entrepreneurs? Many would believe it is the advanced world, with US and Europe leading the charge, as these regions normally do. But, while it may come as a surprise to most, it is Sub-Saharan
Passionate educationists like Edward Munyaburanga, whose Highland School is being recognised as a premier educational institution in the Bugesera District, have a key part to perform in lifting hundreds of children into a world of education and thus empowerment.
In 2008, Joy Aghogho Money started a school-to-school outreach programme where she not only offered free optometry consultation to pupils and teachers but also sold contact lenses. At one of her outreach sessions, Joy’s programme impressed a team from the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) of Nigeria that was on a community health mission. The