Daniel Glover, the General Manager in charge of Business for Tecno Ghana, is urging African business owners to embrace partnerships and joint ventures to strengthen their prospects. During the launch of the Tecno Camon 20 series in Ghana, Glover emphasized the need for entrepreneurs to change their business mindsets from sole ownership to working in collaboration with others to optimize their profits.
Glover called on the government, media, and NGOs to support business owners by organizing practical workshops and innovative ways of optimizing business profits. He believes that business development strategists should consistently address the issue of partnerships within the media, and that experts should be invited to address business owners in training workshops.
For the most part, Glover wants more entrepreneurs in the region to form partnerships to create stronger prospects for their businesses. He believes that by working together, business owners can own a small percentage of a larger partnership or joint venture, which can result in better outcomes than when operating alone.
At the launch of the Tecno Camon 20 series, which took place at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Ghana, stakeholders, including Tecno Ghana management, partners, clients, and dealers were present. Tecno Ghana partnered with telecommunication company MTN for the launch of the new product.
Musician and brand Ambassador for Tecno Ghana, who was present at the event, expressed his honor to be part of the design and innovative technology that closes the gap between professional camera and smartphone photography.
In a nutshell, the Tecno Ghana General Manager is calling on African business owners to collaborate with others to optimize their profits. He believes that partnerships and joint ventures are critical to strengthening prospects and urged the government, media, and NGOs to support business owners by organizing practical workshops and innovative ways of optimizing business profits.