Mr Praveen Sadalage, Chief Executive Officer of Busy said through the Busy 4G, organisations could promote their businesses online to reduce cost and promote efficiency in their businesses and at the same time improve on the economy.


Mr Sadalage was addressing this year’s Graphic Breakfast Meeting which is an annual event organised by the Graphic Communication Group Limited for the business community to exchange ideas on the prospect of the economy.

As an official sponsor of the programme, Mr Sadalage added that Busy was proud to be associated with the meeting that was focused to empower businesses, individuals and its strategic partners to succeed.

“Busy see itself as playing a very critical role in driving and growing Ghana’s economy of which tax compliance was key to a reliable 4G data connection”.

Mr Seth Terkper, the Minister of Finance and Mr Abdullah Ali-Nakyea, a Tax consultant presented papers on the topic for discussion including the “New Tax Law and its implications on the economy and businesses.”

The meeting provided the platform for policy makers and members of the business community to discuss the implication on their bottom-line and how the effects could be mitigated.

Busy started operation as a cyber café in Ghana in 2001 and now operates Ghana’s newest 4G network, across Accra and Tema.

It has a tradition of offering high speed and high reliable internet service with high quality customer service and a personal touch.

Busy was adjudged by the Geographic Information Technology Alliance as the 4G LTE provider and IT Team of the year.

By Kamil Sanah, GNA


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