These are exciting times to work with or run an SME.
In a country and a continent where everything seems to be new, there are endless opportunities, even for campus startups.
Thanks to Vodafone, doing business as an SME is about to get better and more exciting.
In the coming days, Vodafone is going launch a digital platform that SMEs can use to build assess to their businesses and learn about how to grow their businesses organically.
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This was made known by Yolanda Cuba, the CEO of Vodafone Ghana during the launch of the maiden Social Media Week Accra.
The Ready Business Test platform, will allow smaller businesses to answer a number of questions that will tell how ready they are to move to the next level of their own development.
“Questions such as how your keep accounting books, how you use digital platforms to sell your product or services will the businesses to identify gaps in their own businesses and how to solve those problems,” she told Kuulpeeps.com in an interview.
The answers you provide will be scored and that gives you a clear idea of how you can use the resources available to improve certain aspects of your business.
Kuulpeep, the Ready Business Test platform is free, so that hobby of yours you are planning to turn into a money making machine, it’s time you put that plan into action.
If you have something going already, this platform will help you find the answers you’ll need to move your business from campus to the real world and kick a**