We begin with Esther Cobbah of Stratcom Africa. She speaks on "motivating your employees through communication".
This is the week of entrepreneurship and today's topic is "Shaping Organizational Culture."
#MDM2014 is sponsored by Airtel Business, Zenith Bank and the Students Lona Trust Fund.
Our guest today is Andrew Ayiku and he speaks about PREPARING AND PRESENTING A BUSINESS PLAN.
Today's guest, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, is a former CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotions Council Centre and former Vice-President of Coca-Cola Africa.
Let's show some love to Christopher Panford by voting for him to win the $25,000 Google’s Africa Connected competition.
Follow this link to vote http://www.africaconnected.com/be-inspired/109711638849435712524-sme-en/
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Citi 97.3 FM is an English-speaking radio station that operates from Adabraka in Accra, the capital of Ghana. We can be heard on 97.3 megahertz and on www.citifmonline.com
The Citi 97.3 FM radio brand is refreshingly different in that it combines a comprehensive and credible news function, backed by innovative listener-driven on air programmes, and exciting promotions with vibrant audience participation.
Citi 97.3 FM covers the vibrant Ghanaian political scene with objective and balanced live reports, news features and documentaries as well as regular round-table discussions on pertinent issues.
Citi 97.3 FM is also noted for relevant events like the Citi Business Olympics, the Money Fair, the MOGO Festival, to name a few.
Citi FM, in 2012, was recognized as the most Innovative Newsroom in Africa for its use of digital media including online, social and mobile media in its news gathering and dissemination process at the 16th Telkom Highway Africa Awards 2012. The station's news and current affairs program, Eyewitness News, was adjudged Best Radio Program of the Year for 2011 by the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana. One of the station's journalists; Umaru Sanda Amadu has also received an international award for promoting peace on the African continent. He was awarded the 1st Prize in the "Jury's Special Award" for the 2012 Radio for Peace Building Africa (RFPA) Competition.
Our radio station was recognized by the BBC in 2007 as new radio station of the year and the Citi Breakfast Show awarded the talk/interactive show of the year in the same year. The station's products have also won awards with the most recent being Richard Sky winning health report of the year award. Citi 97.3 FM has also been acknowledged by the Ghana Journalists Association for its objective and balanced coverage of political stories in the interest of good governance and peace building.
Citi FM's Shamima Muslim was adjudged the Radio Newscaster of the Year 2011 in the English Category at the Globa Radio and Television Personality Awards.