A walk through to credibility: The Credence Micro Credit story

In a fast-growing and competitive business environment, the greatest asset that has the potency to drive an organization into success is ‘focus’; otherwise known in the corporate world as “Vision.”

The art of differentiation – Standing out amidst competition through focus

I am not setting targets this year like I used to. It doesn’t work for me as I want it to. Either I achieve them too early and then I have a huge chunk of the year to spare, during which I freestyle, which isn’t ideal, or I put all efforts into achieving those specific targets, which leaves me not at my best because I then only move in a preset heading, leaving a lot unexplored.

2019 review and 2020 prospects to Ghana’s inflation

The passing of one year, and the dawn of another brings much excitement and optimism about the way forward. The optimism that comes with every new year, however, appears to fizzle out with the discussion of price trends. This brings to bear, an almost absolute fact that prices barely remain the same as time goes by.

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