In this training, export ready companies can find our more about the responsiveness that international buyers expect, and how to harness ICTs to ensure they exceed those expectations.
This is the third training session organized by the ICT team as part of eBizBox II. Contact bcoleman [at] watradehub [dot] com to find out more and sign up.
Posted: August 17, 2010
On September 28-29, in Accra, Ghana, the Trade Hub is bringing together exporters and ICT service providers to discuss issues slowing the growth of both industries Technology for Exporters Conference 2010.
Posted: August 12, 2010 - updated on December 17, 2010
The following presentation highlights key options for West African exporters to market online. The Trade Hub original delivered these presentations in 2010 as part of training under eBizBox II.
Saturday, August 7 2010
The Trade Hub trained 18 exporters (including 7 women) in basic accounting as part of eBizBox II, a package of tools, services, and training targeting improved use of ICT. Participants learned how to cost and price their products using Excel, and how to use a custom-developed Excel spreadsheet accounting template.
As part of eBizBox II, the Trade Hub is providing free training to export-ready companies in Accra, Ghana.
Companies will learn how to take advantage of Google Sites to make quick, professional and easy to modify websites, and how to increase the number of visitors to their websites. For more information on training and the other elements of eBizBox II, visit www.watradehub.com/resources/ebizbox
Posted: August 4, 2010 - updated on October 27, 2011
Do not miss the West Africa Trade Hub's Technology for Exporters Conference, the Trade Hub's first conference to put Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in exporters' hands.
Posted: August 4, 2010 - updated on October 8, 2010
Posted: July 10, 2010 - updated on July 16, 2010
The Trade Hub's eBizBox II package of ICT solutions for exporting companies was launched in Ghana in June. Produced by Alina Xu assisted by Kafui Djonou.
Tuesday, July 6 2010
Mawuli Akepenyo is the owner of Delata Ghana, an exporting company that not only organizes production for a number of African goods suppliers, but also provides export and shipping services.