GMA helps open 50-Seat Technology Center in Ghana, West Africa

It was a proud day in June 2008 for many people. After 7 years of operation, BusyInternet (the largest technology center of its kind in Africa) succeeded in opening its second branch with the help of GMA's Executive Consultant program. When GMA CEO Will Guyster came to BusyInternet in 2007 to interview the company, he asked them what their dream project would be. Without hesitation, the company said "Help us open another location!" After providing BusyInternet with 17 weeks of GMA management and financial expertise (along with a gruesome and lengthy loan applicaiton process), the dream of "BusyTema" had finally become a reality. BusyTema created a huge expansion of internet services to the city of Tema, Ghana's largest port city. The branch also created dozens of new jobs and offers the city new home internet services, an on-site copy center, and Tema's first wireless restaurant! GO BusyInternet!

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