Ghana Oil Club – Foundation to Sustainable Business
Rosalind Kainyah, Managing Director at Kina Advisory will be participating at this years Ghana Oil Club Strategic Roundtable Discussion, held in Partnership with The Oil & Gas Year. The event will be discussing market entry strategies and making successes, and options for creating a petroleum hub in Ghana.
At Kina Advisory, we strongly believe that a strong market entry strategy is based on the foundations of understanding the country and the relevant stakeholders. At Kina, our concept of “the triangular relationship theory”, the need for business, government and society to have, not just conversations, but the right conversations forms the foundations of our corporate advisory consultancy we provide our clients. Getting to grips with how these three points of the triangle interact is important to achieving sustainable business and unlocking long-term profits.
When businesses engage with stakeholders and contribute to socio-economic development, stakeholders become advocates for the business. When businesses demonstrate an appreciation for government’s top priorities, by finding ways that tie in with the company’s business value drivers’ solutions to address local economic problems, businesses can gain a competitive advantage.
At Kina, we have developed the ‘Kina Advisory Introduction to Doing Business in Ghana’ course designed for executives and senior managers of international companies interested in investing or operating in Ghana. Our popular ‘Experience of Doing Business in Ghana’ session consists of a presentation and Q&A session with a representative from a selected company that has successfully invested and is operating in Ghana. This session arms investors with an insider’s perspective on doing business in Ghana, at a senior level, with the knowledge to manage potential risk and it supports companies as they develop a sustainable business.