Just a sampling of the encouragement, shared vision and insights over the past two years! Keep it coming!Selorm Kofi Dake Says:
March 28, 2009 at 4:58 pm | Reply
I’m the CEO of Imani Associates Ghana Limited- an SME development consultancy. I can’t wait to meet you in Ghana soon. I have very good business prospects to showcase to you.
See you soon.
Patrick loews Says:
November 1, 2008 at 5:16 pm | Reply
We are looking for investment for projects in Accra Ghana. We also sponsor promotions of mosquito repellent aid and diabetic herbal drink as aid to the medical and volunteer workers in Ghana. Our company actively pursues promotion of product made in Ghana for world markets in the US and India
Maxwell Chakaringa Says:
August 18, 2008 at 7:31 am | Reply
This is a noble idea to assist others directly or indirectly. In most case people who are innovative in the society are found without money but when such a hand is available then we can go an extra mile. I hope through working together i am going to be assisted to get the loan i have been looking for a long time. USD 25 000.00 i am looking for can be a drop i the ocean to others but it will go a long way to save the livelyhood of many. You can contact me on email@example.com for any questions
ALBERT AMPONSAH Says:
August 6, 2008 at 7:37 pm | Reply
I am glad to hear such a good news from IWB to support SME in developing countries like Ghana to start, expand and modernise their businesses for job creation, grow our economy, develop rural commuinities and wealth creation through human and capital investments and trading.
In my capacity as an entrepreneur, I will do everything possible to support this initiative to its fulfilment.
Mbuh Melvin Awantang Says:
July 9, 2008 at 10:00 am | Reply
Your company and initiative will be an answer to the long projected questions of SMEs, mostly in developing countries. I appreciate your views.
George Oricho Says:
June 17, 2008 at 7:34 pm | Reply
This is a wonderful initiative that I definitely want to be part of. As a former bank executive and entrepreneur, I have firsthand experience of how access to investment funds / finance make or break brilliant ideas.
Joseph Okia Says:
March 30, 2008 at 9:30 pm | Reply
Hi, one of the biggest needs in emerging markets like East Africa, is access to affordable finance in the region of 10,000 US$ to 100,000 US$ which are not met by microfinance neither by the commercial banks. And yet there are great local opportunities for short and medium term investment, like currently we have the largest East African IPO (Safaricom) discounted at 16% for local investors.
What is needed to fight poverty is not hand-outs, it is empowering our economies with the capital we need to do what it takes to make poverty history
We are launching a Fund for socially conscious investors who are serious about making poverty history by providing capital to low risk investments in East Africa. Not only will they get their money back with interest, part of the proceed of the fund goes directly into providing training for young entrepreneurs, and to setting up incubation centres for start-ups.
I would love to work with you in establishing sustainable wealth creation on the African continent.
King Solomon Investments
March 20, 2008 at 4:51 pm | Reply
Excellent Idea! We would like to work with you when you get your project launched. http://www.sbtsgroup.com
Michel van den heuvel Says:
March 2, 2008 at 11:58 am | Reply
I would like to work with you on this, I think IWB is a great idea and can change the world.
Joseph Martey Agbeko Says:
January 19, 2008 at 7:56 pm | Reply
I am the Executive Director of FARIAD in Ghana.
We congratulate you for your very wonderful innovation and we are glad to be associated to your development activities.
Should you like to discuss with us, we will like to make a meeting
Joseph M. Agbeko
Fair River International Association for Development – (FARIAD)
P.O.Box OS 2369 OSU Accra GHANA. (West Africa)
Tel: +233 21 7012472
Direct: +233 24 3107106
Fax: +233 217012472