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My Life After Uni: Desmond Bredu, Analyst; Pensions, Stanbic Investment Management Services

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Rising artistry in Ghana; Profitable?

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BOTS: Which payment method best works for you; cash, mobile money, or credit/debit cards

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My Life After Uni

My Life After Uni: Desmond Bredu, Analyst; Pensions, Stanbic Investment Management Services

My life after Uni shares life hacks from some of Ghana’s brightest business professionals about succeeding in your career after university. In…
Work-Fuss

Rising artistry in Ghana; Profitable?

Esther Johnson  Artistry forms part of culture where it is portrayed in paintings, music, designs among others. The aspect of art that…
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BOTS: Which payment method best works for you; cash, mobile money, or credit/debit cards

Business on the street [BOTS] is a vox pop show by YALife which seeks the opinions of random people on the streets…
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Young Africa Works; Call for applications

Are you young, ambitious and between the ages of 18-35? Do you want to be your own boss or maybe want to…
Culture

Combining Work and School; Ghanaians share tips on ways to succeed

Working and schooling is generally termed difficult but some persons based on certain factors make it possible and easier for them. It will depend on many factors, most especially time, and finance and reasons
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Women in Leadership, a journey worth celebrating

Many are times where women are seen to be individuals not capable of holding or occupying leadership roles. Ask people whether it’s…
My Life After Uni

My Life After Uni: Kwabena Adu Darkwa, Systems Analyst, Bewsys

Kwabena Adu-Darkwa is a graduate from Ashesi University, who read Management Information Systems. He is a System Analyst at Bewsys. He was an Ashesi University residential assistant, community engagement personnel and an entrepreneurship faculty intern, co-founder and project coordinator of Ahote Sanitation Project. He is also a co-founder, software engineer and graphic UI/UX designer at Disenoplus.
My Life After Uni

My Life After Uni: Alexander Dankyi Asare, Experienced Audit Associate, KPMG

Meet Alexander Dankyi Asare, the young graduate who became an ACCA Affiliate at 22 years. A graduate with First Class Honors at the University of Cape Coast where he offered Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)