Following what appears to be a highly successful vision for micro, small and medium enterprise development, the Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has begun a two-day National Conference and Trade Fair in Monrovia, bringing together various stakeholders, including small and medium size businesses, the Government of Japan, USAID, the International Trade Center (ITC), and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), among others.
Cellcom-Liberia GSM company has formally launched its new “empowering Liberia” Tablet PC initiative at a well-attended event held at the Monrovia City Hall on Thursday, April 10.
Cellcom’s Chief Corporate Communications Strategist Dr. Kimmie Weeks has revealed that Cellcom will launch a major empowerment program for Liberia today. The launch will take place at a “by invitation only” cocktail reception scheduled to take place at the Monrovia City Hall tonight.
The entity rated as Liberia’s number one GSM Company by the National Excellence Award, Cellcom has once again demonstrated its innovative leadership style by announcing the launch of Liberia’s first Self Care Portal for GSM subscribers, specifically for data.
The Independent Operations Evaluation Department or OPEV of the African Development Bank or ADB is currently undertaking an evaluation of the efficiency and effectiveness of the Bank’s operational procurement policy and practices.
As the leader in converged telecommunications and partner of choice in Liberia, Lonestar Cell MTN has announced the introduction of Free Bonuses and Discounts to all its prepaid customers, an endeavor the management is animated about.
The Lonestar Cell MTN Mobile Money Service has reached nine schools in and around Monrovia with students taking advantage of the service to pay their tuition.
Liberia’s GSM giant, Lonestar Cell MTN has signed a two-year partnership agreement with top and renowned Liberian HIPCO star Jonathan Koffa, otherwise known as Takun J.
The Malaysian oil palm company Sime Darby Plantation Liberia Incorporated or SDPL, looks forward to harvesting its first crude palm oil here by September, 2015.
Despite recommendations for the closure of two of Bong County’s three mineral water companies, authorities are yet to implement such recommendations.