Today’s CitiBusiness festival segment on the Breakfast show featured two more vendors who will be at Saturday’s This is Ghana Exhibition and Fair.
Motivated by the passion and desire to make Ghana a better place the fair aims to give exposure to a number of young Ghanaian business owners producing various goods with excellent quality.
Margretta the owner of Special learning materials, a company that produces educational resources, and Anthony the owner of Caveman watches discussed their businesses and what to expect from them on Saturday.
Referring to the edge multi-sensory learning provides Margretta from Special Learning materials said they make learning easier. “That all helps the memory and helps to internalise concepts. They think they are playing but they are actually getting a lot of knowledge out of it,” said Margetta.
Anthony the owner of caveman watches discussed some improvements that entrepreneurs can make to improve their competitiveness on the market .
“What I’ve observed is that the Ghanaian manufacturers we like cutting corners to save costs so we manufacture very average stuff on the market… I think we should work on the quality of the quality of the product first of all.” Anthony said.