The Stratcomm Africa Corporate Blog

Welcome to the Stratcomm Africa Corporate Blog!

As a leader in Ghana’s communications industry we are committed to the evolution and development of thought provoking ideas and insights, which will shape your appreciation of communication as well as the industry as a whole.

We hope that our corporate blog will bring value to the lives of our readers and writers by sparking meaningful debates and discussions about communication. We are glad that you are as passionate about communication as we are!

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.


Stratcomm Africa Launches Our Story Your Story

Accra- 15th October – Strategic Communications Africa Ltd (Stratcomm Africa) has launched ‘Our Story, Your Story’, a ground-breaking showcasing of Ghanaian entrepreneurship, perseverance and excellence on 14th October, 2014 at the Alisa Hotel in Accra. The event was attended by many dignitaries including the Japanese Ambassador to Ghana, H.E. Mr. Kaoru Yoshimura, the Deputy Chief…


Esther Cobbah Engages Students on Good Citizenship

Accra- 27th May, 2014 –The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has launched its Citizenship Week Celebration in Accra as part of its Annual Constitution Week activities. The Citizenship Week Celebration which was first organized in 2012 by the NCCE is designed to remind and educate Ghanaians, particularly the youth, about  their rights and responsibilities.…