Commerce is the life’s blood of every economy and as we promote Jobs in Africa it is my experience that if you don’t go you just won’t know. And for those of us Africans of American Descent must look home to our future. America has yet to live up to its promise for us in mass. Its time to declare allegiance to the 54 Nations of Africa and provide our knowledge and 1.1 Trillion Dollars in Buying Power back home.
Soon WCN will be launching the First Africa Home Shopping Channel and look to support companies like Makola.com and Entrepreneurs committed to a emerging African Continent. Join our KIVA LENDING TEAM TODAY. So that we can support Entrepreneurs in emerging countries. Click the Button to the left and invest just $25.00 and make a difference.
Congratulations to CEO Kwadwo Juantuah for taking the bold step to start this service. For more information visit Makola.com And for Linkedin Members seeking to know more about the company check out Mr. Juuantuah’s Linkedin Profile http://www.linkedin.com/in/juantuah
Makola.com seeks to be your one-stop shopping destination for African products. It was born out of the desire to serve the African community in the diaspora who sometimes find it very hard to find products they are used to. The name, Makola, is from a popular market in Accra, Ghana, where all kinds of goods and products are traded.
Our goal is to make all your favorite African brands just a click away in the most cost-effective, efficient and customer centric manner. Our tagline is “Your one-stop shopping destination for African products”.
Makola Market is currently under the observation of Transaid which is developing a project Transport and Trade for Market Women which is designed to improve the livelihoods and security of female market traders through the development of Women’s Transports Co-operatives in Accra.
Presently most women use “tro tros”, passenger mini-buses or taxis to fetch their goods to market. The co-operatives aim to reduce transport costs, bringing economic benefit, and providing a fast, reliable and secure means of transporting their goods for the female traders at Makola.
There are individual Makola Markets in various parts of Ghana and the United States.
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