One of the most innovative apps on the African continent, Ayefro Inc mobile app, on Easter Monday wowed its patrons and clients with its WedTech Workshop. Bringing together would-be couples and vendors from all walks of life, the event served vital information on a plate of joy and fun. Speakers included Lawyer Naa Shiorkor Boi-Bi-Boi,…
You probably already have a Facebook page and Instagram page with thousands of followers. So does everyone else. And don’t be fooled by the hype – people follow pages because they’re interested in the subject matter, not necessarily because they have a particular attachment to your brand.
What am I saying? A large proportion of the people who have liked your Facebook page and follow you on Instagram have done the same for many other photographers.
Here’s our personal tip for you: the more often you upload pictures in your gallery, the more often your profile stays ahead in your category. And the more likely it is for customers to see you when they open their app. So it’s advisable to upload one a day, so you don’t run out of your best pictures.
You could do business in a smart way! It is a well known fact that nobody buys cassava at a carpentry shop! People go where they know they would find what they are looking for. If finding your business is a laborious, time wasting task, they would simply move on to other competitors.
The powerful statements above, were made by the Founder of the Ayefro Inc mobile app, during the launch of the mobile app on 1st May, 2017 at the Holiday Inn in Accra, the capital of Ghana.
Typically, at a Ghanaian wedding reception, the cake cutting features an elderly woman assisting the couple, after giving a small speech on the significance of the cake and its make-up. Foreign traditions are more likely to just have the couple go ahead with the cutting – no long things. A number of these traditions are quite recent. Others, on the other hand, evolve from older ones. Let’s have a look at some of these traditions across the globe.
“A simple wedding would do. Not too many people – two hundred maximum. After all, it’s the process that matters. Those who miss it can always see the pictures later on Facebook. It would cut the cost on so many things like food, tables, chairs and canopies. I know Tina would want to want to have a say so I’ll let her pick the colours, but no pink. Definitely not pink. It would also be cool to get trained monkeys to play in the band. I’ll call Mike”.
We hear a lot of ladies say “as for the decor and the food and the music, it is for my guests. But the ring, it is for me. I am only getting married once. So I can cut down on all other services, but for the wedding ring, it MUST be expensive!”