Twenty Ghanaian companies have been tagged by the London Stock Exchange as having the ability to inspire Africa this year.
Among other things, the companies were highlighted by the London Stock Exchange for proving the ability to provide
To be included in the list, companies
The report was produced in partnership with the African Development Bank Group, CDC Group, PWC and Asoko Insight who contributed their insight and expertise to select the featured companies, and the report is sponsored by Instinctif Partners and Stephenson Harwood.
“With over 4000 recommendations from London Stock Exchange partner companies; it is an honour bestowed upon us that we are amongst the chosen few,” the CEO of Springfield Group, Kevin Okyere said in an Instagram post.
“Springfield has been determined to set the standards, represent excellence and highlight Africa in the most renowned way. We are humbled when this is acknowledged. We promise to achieve this and far more,” he added.
In all, 360 companies were listed in the Companies To Inspire Africa 2019 report. They range from diverse industry sectors from agricultural, education to consumer goods.
Springfield has been determined to set the standards, represent excellence and highlight Africa in the most renowned way. We are humble when this is acknowledged. We promise to achieve this and far more.
Below is a full list of Ghana-based companies that were identified in the London Stock Exchange’s Companies To Inspire Africa 2019 report:
Alfie Design Ltd
Ashesi University College
Blue Skies Holdings
Blue Space Africa Technologies
Eden Tree Ltd
Esoko Networks Ltd
Ethical Apparel Africa Ltd
Frontline Capital Advisors Ltd
International Community School Ltd
Japan Motors Trading Company Ltd
L’aine Services Ltd
McOttley Capital Ltd
Opportunity International Savings and Loans Ltd
Quantum Terminals Ltd
Sekaf Ghana Ltd
Waterhealth Ghana Ltd
Congrats to these companies that made sure Ghana was represented in this very important report.
Follow this link for the full report.