Asante Gets Evicted From The Challenge Season 4

Entertainment of Friday, 16 November 2012

Source: Ewurabena Hagan

Challenge Challenge

The challenge last week had a big pitch task where they were grouped into three to come up with mutual fund products for Databank.

Ace financial services came up with the Greenfund targeting individuals and associations, the second group HFP financial services also came up with three mutual fund products namely, megavet, marrifund and unifund. Which was meant for people in universities, people preparing for marriage and the megavet was targeted at people who want to start a business.

The last group was the Welfund Investment Managers who came up with the Welfund mutual fund targeted at the welfare of people. The representatives from Databank were well pleased with their presentations although there were hitches here and there that could have easily been avoided.

The challengers later went to face the board members to discuss their task. Each group discussed their strengths and weaknesses with the board members; however at the end of it all HFP won the Big Pitch task and were free from evictions. The second group to be saved from eviction is the Welfund group; the group that was up for eviction was the Ace Financial Services which had Afua, Asante and Emma. At the end of the eviction process, Asante was seen as the weakest link and bowed out of the competition.

The next task for the challengers will be a film task where they will shoot a ten minutes documentary after being lectured on how to produce a film documentary by a famous video and documentary producer.

Catch the next task on GHOne this Sunday at 3.30pm and GTV at 9.30pm and keep on voting for your favorite challenger to short code 6012 on Tigo and across all networks.

The challenge is a British Council initiative and proudly sponsored by Tigo, smile you’ve got Tigo and supported by Databank, Beige Capital, EPP books and IPMC.

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Asante Gets Evicted From The Challenge Season 4

Entertainment of Friday, 16 November 2012

Source: Ewurabena Hagan

Challenge Challenge

The challenge last week had a big pitch task where they were grouped into three to come up with mutual fund products for Databank.

Ace financial services came up with the Greenfund targeting individuals and associations, the second group HFP financial services also came up with three mutual fund products namely, megavet, marrifund and unifund. Which was meant for people in universities, people preparing for marriage and the megavet was targeted at people who want to start a business.

The last group was the Welfund Investment Managers who came up with the Welfund mutual fund targeted at the welfare of people. The representatives from Databank were well pleased with their presentations although there were hitches here and there that could have easily been avoided.

The challengers later went to face the board members to discuss their task. Each group discussed their strengths and weaknesses with the board members; however at the end of it all HFP won the Big Pitch task and were free from evictions. The second group to be saved from eviction is the Welfund group; the group that was up for eviction was the Ace Financial Services which had Afua, Asante and Emma. At the end of the eviction process, Asante was seen as the weakest link and bowed out of the competition.

The next task for the challengers will be a film task where they will shoot a ten minutes documentary after being lectured on how to produce a film documentary by a famous video and documentary producer.

Catch the next task on GHOne this Sunday at 3.30pm and GTV at 9.30pm and keep on voting for your favorite challenger to short code 6012 on Tigo and across all networks.

The challenge is a British Council initiative and proudly sponsored by Tigo, smile you’ve got Tigo and supported by Databank, Beige Capital, EPP books and IPMC.

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