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Promasidor shines at the Social Enterprise Report and Awards 2012

On Saturday 22nd of September, the Social Enterprise Report and Awards 2012 were held at the Shell Hall Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos.

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Promasidor Ghana Chalks UP a 1000 tons a month sales milestone

In thirteen years in a country with a population of just over 24 million people, Promasidor Ghana achieved a significant milestone of crossing the 1000 tons sales a month barrier.

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Promasidor SA steals the show at the Shoprite Trade Show

Yearly in September, Promasidor SA enters the Shoprite Checkers Christmas Trade Show at Gallagher Estate in Midrand.

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David Inyani, PKL supply chain manager

On 2nd March, 2011 David Inyani joined Promasidor Kenya limited as supply chain manager.

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Second to none

David Kinjah, of Sossi Safari Simbaz, remembers when he took a young Chris Froome under his wing.

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Sossi Premier League

An elite squad, named the Sossi Premier League and consisting of administration and production staff, was set up to spearhead the Sossi Ambassador Program and help boost Sossi sales.

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Twisco’s brand extension strategy pays dividends

As announced in the last Newsletter of July, Twisco Moka, the newest SKU within the Twisco brand has been launched in August, right after Ramadhan.

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Sossi University Campus Activations

Sossi activations at universities commenced from June to Sept 2012.

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Poor leadership, bane of Nigeria’s economy, says Promasidor MD, Chief Keith Richards

Keith Richards is the Managing Director of Promasidor Nigeria Limited. In this interview, he says Nigeria needs a focused, firm, and determined leadership for its economy to soar high.

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The 2012 Cowbell National Cycling Tour of Ghana is a tremendous success

After 13-days of smart cycling across 8 regions of the country, riding through blazing temperatures, mountainous regions and other kinds of rough terrain, Henry Tetteh Djangmah of the Choco-malt cycling club successfully retained the prestigious ‘yellow’ jersey, finishing just 17 seconds ahead of his fellow cyclists.

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