The Making of a Market

Without even knowing it, Ghana tapped into something that few paid much attention. It was the African American and Afro-Caribbean Heritage traveller and visitor. In 2019 Ghana earned nearly $2 billions USD in one year on itsnacental Year of Return activities. It was the first of its kind, spearheaded by brilliant minds from Africa and…

A Changing Market: Diversification, Disruption and Stability

Currently the world is experiencing major challenges in its supply chain; particularly the USA. While we are all happy with the concept of dupply chain, many are rarely aware of the operative word, “supply.” Often, we over-emphasize the concept of the chain. However, the supply, is the key factor which denotes a collection of goods…

Unlocking New Markets for Growth

Just 20 years ago, when Adebowale wanted to call his brother in Minnesota or check on his son living with relatives in the big city he would have to walk the long distance to Mekas Business Center on the edge of his village to make the call. Sometimes he might have to wait a few…

While You Were Sleeping: The Unreported News of a New World Emerging

While Americans were busy sheltering in place and panic buying toilet paper, U.S. legislatures were busy putting the finishing touches H.R. 2444 which was introduced in May 2019. While top news syndicates are busy counting the number of COVID-19 cases, The bill, also known as the Eastern European Security Act authorizes the Secretary of State…

Nigeria, Rebuilding Momentum in the World Economy

In 2012 Nigeria generated nearly 150 billion in exports; but in just a over a year, trade had dropped by nearly half, at 90 billion.  Few know that the United States is Nigeria’s largest export destination receiving much of its revenue from oil and crude.  While many Nigerians blamed the precipitous drop that rocked the…