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Kente signifies royalty – Give a royal touch to service . By Jane Ofori

The word Kente, derived from the Akan word Ke-ente meaning “whatever happens to it, it will not tear” which both signifies the importance of the cloth in Asante society as well as the cloth’s representation of the Kingdom. The Power of Service is like Kente.  Nothing tears or breaks it if it is held high and solidly …

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From Economist To Lawyer, Meet Marylove Opoku-Mensah Otoo

After 5 years of dedication and commitment, Marylove Opoku-Mensah Otoo, a young Ghanaian woman is now a lawyer after being called to the Ghana bar on October 1st 2021. Marylove started her tertiary education journey at the University of Ghana where she studied for a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. After gaining admission to the …

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Abena Yeboah, Founder of EduHub Ghana and Collaborators Donate Eco-Friendly Backpacks To Pupils

On the 10th of August 2021, lady Abena Yeboah, founder of Education Hub Ghana together with some collaborators and supporters donated school bags made by Ramaplast Ghana to the pupils of Step For Knowledge Academy at Ashaiman New Town. This project came as a result of her passion to eradicate inadequate infrastructure and to bring …

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From Despair To Hope: My Experience At Bogoso Prestea Mine

I have been a permanent worker at the Golden Star Resources Bogoso Prestea mine for many years and was affected by the sale by Golden Star Resources (GSR) to Future Global Resources Limited (FGR). This sale was announced to us by press release on July 27, 2020 without any engagement by the managers or executives with …

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Selina Buabeng Shares 10 Things That Ruin A First Impression In An Interview

In another post on her YouTube channel, professional recruiter Selina Buabeng shares a list of things that ruin a first impression during an interview. These are things that set the tone for further interactions with the recruiter and should not be left to happenstance. They also go a long way to determine whether you get …

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‘Tell Me About Yourself’ – Selina Buabeng Shares How & Why To Nail This Question In An Interview As A Fresh Graduate

As a fresh graduate with no prior experience, getting a decent job can be a herculean task. Typically, recruiters that will give you a chance will want to be won over by your attitude, promise and exhibited potential, hence the question / statement ‘ Tell me about yourself’ during interviews. It is important to get …

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Tips From A Professional Recruiter: 5 Difficult Interview Questions & How To Answer Correctly

Job hunting can be a tough thing to experience. Though there is a significant rise in the number of people who prefer to start their own enterprises and become entrepreneurs, a lot more people still have to be employed to work in these enterprises and already existing institutions. Having some foreknowledge of what to expect …

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The Business of Fashion, the Internet & Corporate Style – with UK’s Susie Bubble

The meteoric rise of Zionfelix, GhKwaku,RonnieIsEverywhere, thousands of Instagram shops and tens of thousands of social media influencers are products of millions of Ghanaians running to the internet when the pandemic started. During the lockdown, the internet wasinescapable. The impact of this on retailers in the short term has been divided. Those offering essential items such as food and cleaning products experienced high demand. But non-essential retailers such as those selling clothes and clothing …

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LESSONS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP FROM ‘TROTRO MATES’

In Ghana, public buses are called ‘trotro’. Conductors of these buses, popularly known as ‘trotro mates’ or simply ‘mates’, are among the most hardworking people in Ghana. One will find them on every street shouting enthusiastically and sweating profusely as they hang dangerously from their buses. Due to the fast-paced and highly competitive nature of their work, one …

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