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SMEs are urged to investigate collaborations to grow their companies


Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) have been urged to look into partnerships in order to grow their companies.

Partner­ship was one of the methods start-ups may utilise to generate funds to finance and expand their businesses, according to the General Manager, Business for TECNO Mobile Ghana, Mr. Daniel Glover, who placed the call.


In his words, “two or more enterprises will produce more than twice as much as they would have as a single unit and generate more income when they study each other’s markets, goals, competitors, and unique selling propositions and they identify areas they can complement each other and come together as one units.”

This was said by Mr. Glover on Monday in Accra at the unveiling and exhibition of the new TECNO Camon 20 series phone in collaboration with MTN Ghana.

The product is a brand-new member of the TECNO Camon smart phone family with enhanced functionality for phone users.

A professional wide-angle macro camera, video stability, a steady night portrait video feature, and a fingerprint reader are some of the new features of the new Camon 20 series.

Mr. Glover asserted that in order to boost productivity, company owners in Africa should be encouraged to form partnerships in order to solve issues like individuality.

According to Mr. Glover, TECNO has emerged as the most popular brand in recent years thanks to its wide selection of mobile devices, which includes premium models like the Phantom and Camon in Ghana as well as mid-priced models like the POP and Spark series.

By persistently pursuing the ideal fusion of state-of-the-art technologies with aesthetically pleasing contemporary designs, TECNO is dedicated to redefining the digital experience, according to Mr. Glover.

He continued by saying that the CAMON 20 Series was created for smartphone users who care about brand design and adore stylish goods.

MTN’s partnership with TECNO, according to the acting chief marketing officer of MTN Ghana, Mr. Guido Sopumeh, is based on the “Vision 2025,” which aims to produce digital solutions to address Africa’s challenges.

In his discussion of cyber security, he urged people to use technology responsibly because it was developing quickly.

“MTN is investing heavily in cyber security to ensure that there is a lot of safety and security on the internet,” he claimed.


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