Make Money From Transport Business In Ghana

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Block Panther · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

SchoolyDoo…clever🤣🤣🤣🤣 So much opportunity!

Bell ikon · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

Well done for throwing light on good customer service. In a competitive world, to me that's the holy grail for growing business fast which separate the best from the rest. Anyone who likes to tackle this business should also be prepared in the mind by watching this video👉

start over trucking · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

I was wanting to move to Ghana an start a trucking logistics myself I have one truck an about to get a second one soon I would love to get into a bus service or trucking I would like more information about this because I would like to come home an put my services in to help improve Ghana

ABDUL SHARIF · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

Love this video

#BlockVote #SpendBlack13TimesFirst · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

Hello GhBiz. Girl, I Thank you for the information I like your business intelligence will you get in touch with me? I’m an investor and I need to chat with you.

Matthew Norman · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

Seems that a reliable ambulance service would be a good investment. I see that police, fire and medical is all run by the national or state governments. There needs to be one that operates on a local level. To get people to the hospital quicker but would your local 911 (or 193 in Ghana) be willing to work with a private ambulance service.

Akan Ewe · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

you know also another way to make money but crowdfunding will need to be involved and Stock Market listed is our own Logistics Company that ships and receives products through Ghana. every non-coastal country would be benefit that in Africa and shipping where? of course to major indigenous areas like Minneapolis, Washington DC aka Benjamin Banneker's city, Orangeburg, Charleston, Atlanta, Charlotte etc are all examples in the US. now in the UK it would be London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cambridgeshire etc and really you get the picture of those are "needed target markets" meaning they want products from Ghana or other indigenous businesses over mostly caucasian and asian products to include latino. though it starts little…make a convenient store with nothing but indigenous products which matches up to recipes needed for everyday and night cooking and health and beauty. i been plotting this and doing my own and off surveying of the people here. the store cannot be big or it will fail as most in this area is not supportive of "self brand" but go to Miami or Atlanta or Charlotte or low country areas in SC which has the indigenous influences and we in. you will not see a AKA member buying a West Indies iron for an ironboard. nope that ain't happening. and they are the "cream of the black or african american people" this is true although i know i am legally a african american due to using the services and the color black came with ignorant and uneducated people who painted me and my folks whatever they like.

Akan Ewe · July 28, 2019 at 11:21 am

i got my cdl which is a commercial drivers license and i am trying to get things situated to become owner operator. strange how i had this same vision here in SC but getting the family to be down with it is far fetched. i need to get with a solar power use which is possible. have yall came up with a solar bus yet or hydrogen powered one yet?

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