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Chief Business Officer for Tigo calls on big corporate institutions to support SMEs and Startups

Mr. Stephen Essien, Chief Business Officer for Tigo Business has indicated that Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s) continue to contribute an estimated 70 percent to Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP); thereby making it necessary for the creation of an enabling environment where these businesses can thrive to aid national development.

Mr. Essien made this call at the Tigo sponsored 68th Barcamp in Accra, where he spoke to some startup businesses and a section of tertiary students on the topic "Empowering startups and SME's for national development”.

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Bawumia meets members of UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce

Members of the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC) had the distinct honour of meeting with Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.


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Tigo Cash customers to receive over GHS1 million in quarterly interest payments

Telecom brand of the year, Tigo Ghana, will pay over GHS1 million in quarterly interest earned by over three million customers on its award-winning mobile money solution, Tigo Cash.

The payment, which will be done in two tranches, is in line with the company’s commitment to broaden financial inclusion in the country and the Guidelines for E-Money Issuers approved by the Bank of Ghana (BoG).


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Tigo Business SME Roadshow draws to an impressive end at Tema Industrial Area

Seven weeks after setting up in various business districts to offer expert advice and business solutions to SMEs within the Greater Accra and Ashanti regions, Tigo Business, has officially wrapped up on its SME Empowerment Roadshow.

Together with Microsoft, Lenovo, ITWORX and Zepto, the SME Empowerment Roadshow offered various technology and solutions that would help SMEs to grow, manage cost and become efficient.


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Tigo Insurance pays 10,000th claimant

Tigo Insurance has reached yet another milestone, paying out its 10,000th claim. With this claim, Tigo has paid over GHS 6.2 million to policyholders since the introduction of Tigo Insurance in 2010.

The 10, 000th claimant is 21-year-old Foster Quist Sarfo, a student of Central University College in Accra.

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