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Business Registration in Ivory Coast: A Step-by-Step Guide

In Ivory Coast, the facilitation of business creation and investment promotion is primarily managed by two agencies: the Centre de Facilitation des Formalités des Entreprises (CFE) and the Ivoirian Investment Promotion Center (Centre de Promotion des Investissements en Côte d’Ivoire or CEPICI). The CFE is dedicated to streamlining the process…
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Annual General Meeting-Everything you need to know

Annual General Meeting (AGM) facilitates communication between a company’s shareholders and its management. It ensures transparency, accountability, and compliance with legal requirements. According to the Companies Act 2019 (Act 992) of Ghana, specific guidelines and procedures govern the organization of AGMs. Quoting directly from the Act, Section 157 outlines some…
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FMCG Market Watch; Ghana’s Diary Market

FMCG Market Watch; Ghana’s Diary Market Dairy products are highly nutritious and a healthy protein option for most consumers in Ghana. As such, it is a common Fast-Moving Consumer Good (FMCG) on the shelves and in the stores of most consumer retail outlets. Dairy products are versatile; they are consumed…
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What you need to know about the legal requirements for business registration in Ghana? 

There are several legal requirements for every business registration in Ghana. The legal requirements mean any statute, code, law, rule, regulation, order or other requirements, standard to procedure enacted, adopted, or applied by any governmental authority, including judicial decisions applying common law or interpreting any other legal requirement.   For example,…
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Registering a Sole Proprietorship Business in 2023

Registering of Sole Proprietorship business in Ghana is fairly simple and easy. On average, 70,000 sole proprietorship businesses are registered in Ghana yearly at the Registrar General’s Department. Registration of a sole proprietorship business takes about 7 days to get done. It is sometimes informally called ‘ one-man-business’ in Ghana.…
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