Stratcomm Africa, CEO win IPR Awards

  Accra- November 22nd, 2014- Chief Executive Officer of Strategic Communications Africa (Stratcomm Africa), Ms. Esther A.N. Cobbah, was recognized by the Institute of Public Relations Ghana as the Public Relations (PR) Personality of the Year 2013. This award was conferred at the Institute’s Excellence Awards held on Friday 21st November, 2014 at the Banquet Hall, Accra. The Awards Ceremony was chaired…

Stratcomm Africa Features at 1st Forum for African SME Champions in Dakar, Senegal

  Ecobank Transnational Incorporated, the Pan African bank, held the first ever Africa SME Champions conference in Dakar, Senegal from 11th to 12 November, 2014. AfricSearch and African Guarantee Fund were co-organizers of this unique platform for African SMEs to discuss issues they constantly have to grapple with. Five Ghanaian “SME Champions” participated in the…

Ms. Barbara Baeta, Founder, Owner, and Executive Chairman of Flair Catering Services

Our Story, Your Story: Barbara Baeta

For those of who have often been greeted on Saturday mornings by an array of cars along Tito Avenue and wondered where the party is, it’s at Flair! A sweet little lady with a deep passion and finesse for domestic management named Ms. Barbara Baeta established Flair Catering Services in 1968. She started her business from the basement of a relative’s home and by the Grace of God—forty-six years later—owns one of the most renowned and trusted catering services in Accra today. Flair is located in the prime area of Cantonments, which has allowed it to be a popular location for many of Accra’s esteemed celebrations. Not only does Flair offer its services for State Banquets and top Diplomatic events, but Ms. Baeta has extended her arm to young and enthusiastic individuals willing to tread her path by offering training services as well.

Our Story, Your Story: Prince Kofi Amoabeng

Frustration is an emotion we are all too familiar with. It has the ability to consume every morsel of our being and can turn the sweetest little angel into a ball of raging madness. It creates a powerhouse of energy within us begging to be unleashed. The million-dollar question is how exactly do we deal with this pent up energy? Do we burst at the seams with a thirst for destruction or do we harness this surge into a hunger for construction? In 1997, Prince Kofi Amoabeng was frustrated! Tired of being rejected, he conceptualized the idea of setting up a ‘finance house’ to provide timely and appropriate finance for businessmen like himself who were struggling to receive financial assistance from the traditional banking sector.