Author: kcamese

Author: kcamese

How Ghana’s History Is Hurting Entrepreneurship
January 28, 2021 Uncategorized kcamese

Like many other African countries, Ghana is still dearly paying for the unfortunate events of the 1970s. These events were generally characterised by chaotic military regimes, unsustainable debt accumulations the incessant appetite for state-run businesses with some being fallouts from Cold War machinations. The earlier socialist development agenda of Dr

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COVID-19: Taking longer than we thought, Entrepreneurs can’t wait.
July 15, 2020 Uncategorized kcamese

When the wrath of COVID-19 began to ravage world economies, take lives and alter our way of life, many thought it was just a temporal occurrence. Six months down the line, we are still keeping social distance, wearing our face masks, and regularly washing or sanitising our hands. As anxiety

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COVID-19: What Should The Entrepreneur Do Now?
May 3, 2020 Uncategorized kcamese

The Coronavirus pandemic has devastated the world economy.  Uncertainty has ravaged local and international trade with stock markets feeling the heat and large enterprises running for cover. People across the world are advised to stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19 whilst world leaders are divided between the choices

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