The Co-Founder Of POE International, Mr. Michael Emeane, Will Be Speaking On Core Business Strategy At this year’s Variance Africa Entrepreneurs Forum. Don’t Miss It.

Introducing our 2nd Speaker in our exciting Panel lineup for this year’s edition of the Variance Africa Entrepreneurs Forum scheduled to hold this November.

Meet Mr. Michael Emeaba @iam_poemack

Business Strategist and Co-Founder, POE International, as he shares his wealth of knowledge and expertise on the panel topic:

Defining and Implementing your Core Business Strategy

Date: 21st November, 2020

Time: 10:00AM – 1:00PM

Venue: Workshed, Spintex Whitehouse, 2nd Floor Republic Bank Building

Kindly visit http: //bit.ly/VAEntrepreneursForum to register.

For more information visit our website: http://www.varianceconsultltd.com

Is Your Current Job Right For You?

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Many people are in jobs where they have mixed feelings about the job being right for them or not. The question on the mind of many employees is ‘is this job right for me?’ Well, this is a rhetorical question which can be answered by you if you take notice of the following;

First, you will know you are doing the right job when you really enjoy your work and get home often fulfilled and happy. This shows that you are really happy with your work and that you are at the right place. But, if you are always not happy about the job and always complaining about the slightest thing, then you are doing the wrong job.

Second, when the work or job best fit your skills and personality, it is right for you. If your skills, passion and values match your job, then it is right for you. This is because you will do the work with less struggle and comfortably carry out your duties. Nonetheless, if your skills do not conform with what you do, you will have struggles with carrying out your duties making the job not right for you.

Also, if you see a career path in your organization or growth in yourself, then the job is right for you. If the job you are doing may help you reach your future career ambitions or helps you to improve yourself in various regards, then it is right for you but if otherwise, then it may not be right for you.

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You can tell the job is right for you when you are contempt with the role you play and the salary you are given. Anytime you feel you are overworking and under paid, it means that you may be using too much of your potentials at a place which values them less. Hence, that job is not right for you. However, if you are happy with the amount of work you put in and the salary you are given, it means you are at the right place.

Your job is not right for you if your level of productivity is always lower than what is expected of you. Every employer expects some level of productivity form his or her employees, if yours is always lower than expected, it insinuates that your potentials are too low for such a job, hence, it is not right for you. Nonetheless, if your outputs are up to standards of your employer or even more, it means that you are doing the right job.

Additionally, your current job is right for you if you feel very secure at your work place. If going to work makes you happy because the environment is serene, friendly and safe, it means you are at the right place. If you have a cordial relationship with your co-workers giving you peace of mind anytime any time you are at work, then it is right for you. Otherwise, you are at the wrong place.

Furthermore, your current job is right for you when your welfare and wellbeing is important to your employers. Working at a place where your welfare is not of concern to your employers is very dangerous and is not right for you. However, if your welfare is crucial to the company then it is right for you.

You are doing the right job if your work does not seem like a burden to you but you easily carry out your duties. In carrying out your duties at work, you don’t find it burdensome but joyful, then you are doing the right job. On the other hand, if you find yourself constantly murmuring or angry at your own tasks for no reason, then you are at the wrong place. When you dread that weekends are coming to an end and you will have to go to work on Monday, it is a sign that you are not really interested in what you are doing hence, it is not right for you.

When your first response to the question ‘do you like your job?’ is a yes with some enthusiasm, then you are doing the right job. But, if you are not sure of your response, then it becomes evident that you have no or less interest in your job therefore, it is not right for you.

To conclude, it is essential to know if your current job is right for you or not in order to help you make necessary decisions. If you find out that your current job is not right for you, you need to carefully plan how to leave and how to find a right one. On the other hand, if it is right for you, stay and be happy.

Visit http://duttee.com to apply for the latest jobs in Ghana

Top 10 Most Paid Jobs In Ghana.

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Presently in Ghana, unemployment is on the rise and a lot of people are complaining about low salaries and what have you. But as they always say, ‘all hands are not equal’ so as all salaries are not equal. You may be complaining about hardship and low salaries but it is exciting to know that others are really enjoying and having broad smiles anytime they go to cash out their salaries. Below are top 10 most paid jobs in Ghana.

1. FUEL HANDLERS
Fuel handling is a technical job where the fuel handlers supply and deliver high quality and sufficient fuel to power commercial airlines, power lines and plants. They are also certified to maintain store fuel. Annually, their net income is around GHC 120,000 in Ghana.

 

2. SHIPPING SUPERVISORS
These are also a group of professionals are getting very huge salaries in Ghana. They perform the duties of ensuring that shipping of goods and services are carried out smoothly. This includes scheduling, planning routes and liaising with customers. Their salary is about GHC 108,000.

 

3. PROJECT MANAGERS
Project managers are responsible for all projects within the company. They are to ensure that they put together ideas and birth it into workable plans. They receive about GHC 70,000 as annual salaries.

 

4. PROFESSORS
It is widely known that lecturers enjoy huge salaries but professors in particular enjoy the hugest ones. Their annual salary can be estimated around GHC 60,000

 

5. OPERATIONS MANAGERS
They control the manufacturing and production of goods and services in businesses or companies. They take home about GHC 48,000 annually.

 

6. MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS OR DOCTORS
Apart from the fact that it is prestigious to be a doctor, doctors earn a lot. Senior doctors earn up to about GHC 5000 or more.

7. ENGINEERS
One of the enviable and reputable professions in Ghana is engineering. There are petroleum engineers, aerospace engineers, mechanical engineers and so on. They take more than GHC 5000 a month.

 

8. BUSINESS MEN/ FINANCIAL CONTROLLERS/ BANKERS
Jobs relating to money or finances really pay a lot. These jobs are reputable also. People who do their own jobs make a lot of profits and are well respected in society. They get about GHC 24,000 annually.

 

9. LAWYERS/ LAW PRACTITIONERS
Lawyers in Ghana are responsible giving legal advises to people, representing them in court. Their job has to do with everything concerning the law. Their salary ranges about GHC 1890 – 15,100 per month.

 

10. MEDIA PERSONALITIES/ BLOGGERS
Certain media personalities like actors, actresses, musicians, presenters, news casters, journalists and all others involved in the media are very well paid in Ghana. It is one of the fastest rising most paid jobs in Ghana. Bloggers are also picking up at a faster rate in Ghana. It is termed as an online job where the bloggers create contents and publish online. Some bloggers are able to earn about GHC 1500- 3000 monthly in Ghana.
In sum, it is everyone’s desire to get jobs which really pay well like the aforementioned. However, you need to carefully look through yourself and choose a career path that will best suit your interests and one that will make you happy.

Visit HYPERLINK http://duttee.com to apply for the latest jobs in Ghana.

Don’t Give Up! Failure is Feedback – Odeyale Tobiloba, The Millennial Catalyst, Shares in An Exclusive Interview With SammytheAuthor.

Whatever challenges you’re facing, is never permanent; it’s temporary. Don’t let your Pain decieve You; You’re more than a Conqueror. Stay Focused and Continue Building. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Nigerian Bright Light, shares with us, his life story and career as a Creative and Millennial Catalyst. Checkout the Interview below.

1: Who is Mr. Skinni Tobi?

Skinny Tobi is a bright light, I help young creatives see the positive in their negatives, to help them see that there’s better & believe they were born for a greater cause.

2: Tell us a bit about yourself (Family, Education, Career etc.)

I am the 2nd of 4 children (2 girls & 2 boys😃😃) , precisely, the first male child.

Earlier on in my life, I knew I was different in everything from the rest of my siblings. I wasn’t the most intelligent, in fact, I always changed schools like i changed clothes due to one issue or the other so it wasn’t hard for me to be easily tagged the black sheep. I’m about 5’10, chocolate skinned, introverted and shy! I’m one person that accepts the labels before people even label me, that’s my greatest strength, which has really worked for me. I’m a dreamer and a rare breed of a creative! I’m selfless and I love social media! My love for social media has brought me to where I am today. I don’t just use social media like the average user, but I try to understand user behaviors, understand the platforms, see what works and use it to my advantage! As a result of my exploits on social media, punch Newspaper also featured me in April, 2018 (https://punchng.com/consistency-is-key-to-growing-a-business-odeyale/)

My university life is a huge part of my progress story today. Almost a decade in both Covenant university & Babcock university taught me a whole lot of lessons about life, most especially about failure. Thankfully, I was able to also gain clarity on what it is I should be doing with my life and what career path to take.

Over the years, I’ve created a couple of social media projects like “KaptionThis” and privileged to work with a couple of brands such as Krispy Kreme, UBA, Jumia, Nokia, UduXMusic, Coca-Cola, 5 Alive etc

3: Share with us things we need to consider in building self-confidence?

Self confidence is an inside job. Self confidence is knowing that whether people accept you for who you are or not, you’ll still be your best self. This is something I teach myself every day.

4: Why do you call yourself, the Millennial Catalyst?

Hahaha! Well, I did tag myself because I’m really passionate and fascinated about the affairs of creative, ambitious & purpose driven millennials. Since I am one myself, it’s very easy to spot persons like that, connect with them intelligently & be a part of their journey as much as possible. So I positioned myself as that person that fires up the millennials to become better version of themselves and to believe in their God given dreams & it wasn’t long before people started tagging me as a “Millennial Catalyst💥” as well.

Although it’s a tag name that might evolve as I’m in a stage where I gain more and more clarity each day.

5: As the Millennial Catalyst, what is your Drive, I mean what is your go-to source, when it comes to fulfilling your Purpose?

My go-to-source has to be my intuition. The voices in my head push me to come home to myself each day. Like I said earlier, I’m in a stage where I gain clarity each day and improving on myself and helping others improve on their journey as well! It’s sling game👊

6: What is your definition for Personal Branding? And what are some of the Steps you took in building your brand?

Personal branding is simply
you being branded/packaged/positioned to meet your tribe/ideal target audience/ideal customer, where they are online.

Personality + Branding

For starters, I didn’t even know what personal branding meant till sometime in June last year, prior to then, I was just all over the place and a random guy online (generalist). Then I met my mentor online, Dave Obada, who I learnt most of what I now know about personal branding.

I became more intentional about how I use my platforms, I started to zero in on what I know best to do and being unapologetic about it across platforms. Basically I’ll say, the steps I took to build my personal brand are; firstly, I realized I couldn’t continue being a generalist and I was tired of just playing around on the Internet. Secondly, I connected with a mentor and he taught me certain things. Thirdly, I immersed myself in podcasts, books and other materials that addressed personal branding and self development.

I’ll say those 3 steps changed the game for me.

7: Define Failure in three Words?

This will be hard. I’m very terrible with sticking to limited number of words when asked this type of question. Permit me to break this rule!

I was listening to Seth Godin last night and he said “If failure is not an option, then success is not an option” and if you think about this, it makes sense. because success is failing and failing again until you find the thing that works.

Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but he also invented 99 other ways not to make a light bulb💡

My Point: Failure is Feedback.

8: What triggered the idea to start Through Millennial Eyes? What do you seek to achieve with it?

This is a mission similar to the “I have a dream” by Martin Lurther King mission!

“I Believe/Know” that one day every young person out there will be doing work they love and love what they do either with a degree or not!

Most persons has a dream when they were younger, but some where along the way, the world got it’s hands on them and they lost their way.

The goal? To drastically eradicate the depression and feeling unworthy or living an average life by most young persons today!

The “Through Millennial Eyes” is one that could be rebranded sometime soon though!

Connect With Him:

Instagram: @skinnytobi

PASL IN COLLABORATION WITH CODE 57 DARES ENTREPRENEURS IN GHANA WITH THE 5K CHALLENGE.

The 5k challenge is a business challenge hunting for the fiercest entrepreneurs in Ghana between the ages of 18 and 35, with a business idea that can be started with Gh¢ 5,000 (Five Thousand Ghana Cedis).

Startups form a major part of the backbone of every country’s economy, and one of the benchmarks of a successful startup is the ability to create maximized results, given the little input. Platinum Africa Solutions Limited (PASL) has created this business challenge in collaboration with Code 57 to scout for the best student entrepreneurs in Ghana who will go through the mill and come out refined and more ready for business.

Successful applicants will be taken through several engaging phases, workshops and mentoring leading to the Grand Finale where three (3) winners will win a Gh¢5,000 cash investment each to kick-start their dream businesses.

The winning package includes a Gh¢5,000 cash investment, over Gh¢ 30,000 worth of consulting package, magazine features, publicity, features on various platforms, 6-months free of OZÉ Premium app., and further financing options.

The challenge will feature a three-member jury and a three-member faculty who will be announced in the next coming weeks. This promises to be an exciting journey for student entrepreneurs in Ghana.

The heat is on and the challenge has been thrown: What business would you start with Gh¢5,000?

Application for the 5K Challenge is opened and interested applicants can submit an application by clicking the link: HYPERLINK “http://bit.ly/5K_Challenge&#8221; http://bit.ly/5K_Challenge until 30th April,2020.

Official Banking Partner: Access Bank Ghana (Women Banking Unit).

Strategic Partners: ICS Africa, ANA’s Business Services, City Broadcast Limited, OZÉ Inc., Entrepreneurs Connect Africa, and Oasis Design Studio.

Media Partners: Avance Media, Oasis Magazine, My Story Magazine, Vibez Alert and TopAfric.

Follow @5kchallenge_gh on Instagram for more updates.

By: Wetrend Gh (Official PR partner)

Global Business Keynote Speaker, Futurist Kwame Has Been Appointed As Global Vice President of the Peacful Mind Foundation.

Kwame A.A Opoku is a Futurist, Global Business Keynote Speaker, A 2-time Tedx Speaker, Brand Architect, Public Speaking Coach, Serial Entrepreneur and a Social Media/Digital Marketer.

As an entrepreneur, he is CEO of Mary & Mary Global partners, a leading communications marketing and PR firm with a bank of super creative and talented minds connecting, informing and creating inspiring work, he is also the Co-Founder and Lead Curator of WE FESTIVAL AFRICA a unique platform dedicated to supporting women entrepreneurs who are in the trenches of building their business

Below is What He said on His Instagram Page:
Appointment as Global Vice President of the PMF : UN Global Compact Org. | Presence in 40 Countries Globally.
Humbled and Honored, to God be all the Glory without whom I am nothing. Excited about this new phase of work and Global Recognition. PMF is one of the world’s leading Organizations in Mental Health and Well Being ( SDGs Goal No. 3). Peacful Mind Foundation (PMF) is a global organization registered with the United Nations (U.N.) Global Compact and United Nations DESA, Based in New Delhi, India. The foundation is present in more than 36 countries across the world, embarking its vision i.e., “To make psychology a household term, peace, and well-being and Culture”. Let us get to work! The World Awaits.

My Appointment as Global Vice President of the PMF : UN Global Compact Org. | Presence in 40 Countries Globally Humbled and Honored, to God be all the Glory without whom I am nothing. Excited about this new phase of work and Global Recognition. PMFis one of the world’s leading Organizations in Mental Health and Well Being ( SDGs Goal No. 3). Peacful Mind Foundation (PMF) is a global organization registered with the United Nations (U.N.) Global Compact and United Nations DESA, Based in New Delhi, India. The foundation is present in more than 36 countries across the world, embarking its vision i.e., “To make psychology a household term, peace, and well-being and Culture”. Let us get to work! The World Awaits. Cc: @peacfulmind_pmf @resetglobalpeople 📷 by @thesoughtafter_ #unitednations #globalgoals #peacfulmindfoundation #mentalhealth #mentalwellbeing #goodhealth

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8 BENEFITS OF BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND BY EMILY WALE-KOYA -CERTIFIED PERSONAL BRAND STRATEGIST.

1: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND gives you an opportunity to build your own company as an entrepreneur or consultant faster than ever.

2: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND helps you market yourself to a company and increases your value as a potential employee or contractor.

3: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND raises your credibility and authority, which makes buying from you easier.

4: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND gets you paid big time to speak at events.

5: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND influences your prospects to buy from you instead of your competition.

6: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND offers you a chance to become an industry leader.

7: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND increases your asking price.

8: A STRONG PERSONAL BRAND allows you create multiple streams of income.

Connect With Her:

Instagram: Emilyspeakslife

Website: http://www.emilywalekoya.com

EXCLUSIVE: STANBIC INCUBATOR TO HOST THE CLIMAX EDITION OF DIGITAL DRIVE IMPACT – DDI – SAVE THE DATE!!

Digital Drive Impact Initiative is an annually hosted tech conference that puts together employees, tech enthusiast, tertiary students, and Tech Startup Founders in ideating methods by which technology can be decentralized in the African market. This conference is an initiative of HypaMania Digital Group, an online (digital) based agency that commits to assisting businesses sell their brands with digital literacy, skills and transformation. The DDI program was hosted in both University of Ghana, Legon and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, putting together over 300 attendees, stakeholders, and partners. The climax edition will come off this year in March, a two days event with day number one as a knowledge acquisition Workshop on the Trends In Technology and day number two as the main Conference with great personalities to have a digital conversation on the Futurism of Technology In Africa and is being carried about by HypaMania Digital Group.

#ClimaxEdition – Tech. Trends & Futurism of Technology in Africa.

Click on the Link Below to Register:

Digital Drive Impact Registration

Date: 20th – 21st
March, 2020

Time: 9am – 4pm Each Day

Rate: It’s Free!!

Connect With Them:

Facebook/Twitter: Hypamania

Instagram: Hypamania.gh

Instagram: ddi.ghana

Don’t Let Your Failures Stop You – CEO Of Entrepreneurship Hub Africa, Moses B. Arthur Shares In An Interview With SammytheAuthor.


Build Yourself Up through your failures. Don’t allow it deter you from accomplishing your Mission on Earth. Your Dreams are Possible and Achievable. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Ghanaian Serial Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker, shares with us, his life story and career as an Entrepreneur and CEO of Entrepreneurship Hub Africa and City Broadcast Ltd. Checkout the Interview Below.

1: For the benefit of those who might know not you, Who is Mr. Moses Arthur?
Moses B. Arthur is a young daring Ghanaian totally out of his comfort zone living his epic vision for Africa. As a serial entrepreneur that he is, he runs a digital marketing and branding firm called City Broadcast Ltd. A For-Profit social enterprise called Entrepreneurship Hub Africa that organizes the annual African Entrepreneurship and Innovation Summit. He believes strongly that Entrepreneurship and Innovation is the future of the continent and it can make the continent great again.
Moses started his entrepreneurial journey in his sophomore year in the university when he started his first business called Parah Deliveries and Coinbase (a company that was to be centered on deliveries and a cryptocurrency called Bitcoin) but the business failed due to lack of tenacity and boldness to run and dominate the sector. Two years after with burning passion for the marketing space, he started a company called City Broadcast which he least knew would rise to become one of the most sort after digital marketing and branding firms in the country. And it has just been a journey of God’s goodness ever since.

 

2: Tell us more about yourself. I mean what’s Your Story? (Family, Education e.t.c)
Moses studied visual arts at Anglican Senior High School In Kumasi and further had his degree at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where he studied Bsc. Development Planning. He is the first born of four children to his parents.

 

3: As the Founder & CEO, what inspired your decision to start Entrepreneurship Hub Africa?
Entrepreneurship Hub Africa was birthed out of a passion to help young entrepreneurs and business leaders to develop themselves which would reflect in the growths mentally and then in the end affect their businesses. I sort to see daring entrepreneurs under one roof learning and exchanging ideas on how to make their individual businesses scale and in the end making the African continent great again.

 

4: Give us a brief Overview of your Agency, City broadcast Ltd?
City Broadcast Ltd is a ghanaian based consulting firm and a leading advisor on business strategy. We help Businesses to Dominate their Market Space through digital marketing. It was started in 2017 and as part of the services we render is digital marketing, branding, corporate leadership and training, business consulting and business registrations. Our office is based in Accra, Ghana.

 

5: What are some of the Challenges You encountered on your Journey? Anything Sharable?

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I Started PASL With A Borrowed Laptop and One Client.- CEO & Founder Of Platinum Africa Solutions Ltd Shares In An Exclusive Interview.

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With God, Hardwork and Determination, you are sure to conquer/break your way through and achieve your Dreams/Objectives. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Ghanaian Serial Entrepreneur shares with us, his life story and career as an Entrepreneur and CEO of Platinum Africa Solutions Ltd. Checkout the Interview Below!
1: Who is Mr. Derrick S. Vormawor?
I am a business consultant, and a marketing strategist. I run PASL which is focused on helping businesses to start, grow and expand profitably and strategically. Sometimes, I get invited to speak at events and I also do some writing on business and entrepreneurship as well as a Vlog on social media. I am the creator of The Business Startup Clinic currently being sponsored by Access Bank’s W-Initiative in Ghana, and the 5K Challenge sponsored by Code 57 and starting off this summer 2020 in Ghana. Aside business and entrepreneurship, I am a whole mood and vibe on a personal level. Lol!
2: What’s the Story behind Your Personality?
I learned to fully embrace who I am and can be and decided to design my own life. You know, if your life is your biggest project, why not design it?
Ever since, I have been on an amazing personal journey. No one can change my perception about ‘me’ any longer and the things I could achieve in life. This mindset and experience drive my personality. I recognize that I am human, and life would always happen with or without me, so I better get my groove on whiles I am here.BFF5490E-7916-4B9A-A1A5-64687F4336E3

3: Tell us more about the Educational aspect of Your Life.
I started my primary education at Apam Royal Preparatory school in the Central Region, then I continued at Christ Ebenezer Preparatory School in Darkuman. I moved on to Christ Vision International School for my junior high education and completed at Anglican Church’s school, both in Prampram. Afterwards, I did an IT course at IPMC in Tema then I went to pursue ‘Business’ at Anlo Senior High School in Anloga (Volta Region). I later read a Diploma in Business Studies at Excellent Business College in Madina, then I went on to do a Bsc. Banking & Finance at University of Professional Studies, Accra. Presently, I am pursuing an MSc. General Management in Germany.f1a3a9ad-fce8-4fff-bf47-648c08030de9 2

4: At what point did you realize you could start a Company of Your Own? What Inspired that Decision?
Before I started my company, I did not have any big dreams. I promise, I never thought I could become who I have become today. I only wanted a regular life and I was a contract staff in a Bank at the time, but life happened. I lost my job and through the process of recovering myself from the heartbreak, I decided to do something for myself. I realized I loved creating strategies, and taking on business problems, and finding solutions for them. I started with one client, a borrowed laptop, a small dream, and presently our company is worth a couple of hundreds of thousands of dollars in value, with a greater vision. We are building the most reliable business consulting firm in Africa.
5: Being the Founder/CEO of Platinum Africa Solutions, what are some the necessary measures, you put in place to ensure that your Company runs smoothly and productively?
It’s not easy running PASL. I serve in two roles. As a CEO & a Lead consultant. I get involved in every single thing happening. I lead by example. I have a relationship with my team members. Aside the fact that I have created structures to function, the company is able to run productively because we thrive on teamwork, respect for one another, we choose our clients wisely and we take on what we can deliver. Everybody in PASL is intrinsically motivated and we don’t joke with our work and our people.15780924_841400982668967_1288877154078322675_n

6: What are some of the services Platinum Africa Solutions Ltd Offer?

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