Despite the economic challenges in Ghana, it is still possible for one to get financial capital to start a business without taking loan from any financial institutions in the country.
It will be a great mistake on the part of every young entrepreneur to seek loans which automatically come with higher interest to start a business in Ghana.
"As a young entrepreneur how can you pay a loan and sustain the business?",
"Get to friends and families who believe in your core ideas and put your resources together to start up something".
Participants from Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture (KITA) were advised during financial literacy workshop under the theme: “Implementing Effective Working Capital Management Practices”.
It was held on 29th March, 2019 in Kumasi, Ghana.
The workshop was organised to introduce the participants to the values and principles of Economy for the Common Good (ECG).
The program was done in collaboration with Prosper Ghana Initiative.
The event brought together members of local Chapter including:
- Sadick Osei-Wusu, deputy national coordinator
- Kwabena Sarfo-Kantanka, Secretary
- Augustine Boakye Yiadom, Head of IT
- Emmanuel Kofi Danso, official photographer for ECG local chapter.
Economy for the Common Good Ghana was pleased to have Mr. Daniel Frimpong, a private business consultant, as one of our public speakers.