Reginald Carlton Daramy is a Sierra Leone based dj that goes by the name “DJ Rampage 232”.
It’s a new year and what better way to start off 2018 than to get some insight and inspiration from an entrepreneur that does business in Sierra Leone.
SL Biz interviewed Mohamed Foh, founder of Kalibondo about his business ventures and what he has learned engaging in business in Sierra Leone. Read below for what he has to say!
As reported by Awoko, NASSIT (National Social Security Insurance Trust) one of Sierra Leone’s largest financial institution won three international awards granted by the International Social Security Association (ISSA). Continue reading “NASSIT wins three International Awards”
If you have ever gotten transportation service from an uber driver or created a logo on fiverr, you have participated in the “Gig Economy”. Gig, is a slang word for work that is usually only on a short term / project by project basis.
Soon it will be that time of the year. December. When Sierra Leoneans near and far leave the hustle and bustle of the overseas life and venture to Sierra Leone for some much needed fun and sun. This means many have or had to at one point prior to their trip book their flight. For many this perhaps involved a middleman, a travel agent. But is this travel agent really necessary?
Kalibondo offers freight and shipment services of goods and cars to Sierra Leone. Kalibondo offers it’s service to customers in the East Coast region of the United States (New York to North Carolina) and for a small fee will deliver your shipment to it’s final destination in Sierra Leone. Check out their website here for shipment dates, online booking and other information.
When it comes to business there are many ways in which you can operate. For example you can choose to go all out and do a lot of branding, get business cards and a website or you can choose to operate mostly based on word of mouth and direct contact via phone/email for those interested in your product/service. In this article, we would like to discuss websites and why getting a website for your small/still developing business may not be a bad idea.