The Ministry of Agriculture and the Executive Committee on COVID-19, ECOC, announce the launch of Liberia’s first Agriculture Transport Permit System.
As the first round of the election saw large groups of elections observers swarm the country, high-end businesses like Boulevard Palace saw an increase in customer flow.
Many Liberian leaders would agree that for a poor country like ours, entrepreneurship is key to growing the economy, creating employment opportunities for the many unskilled young people and securing the fragile peace.
Online food delivery website cookshop.biz officially began collecting online payments via VISA and MasterCard credit and debit cards today.
There are several online sites that are useful to Liberians but these five websites provide key solutions to pressing problems in the nation. Some are little known while others have already gathered popularity.
Twenty aspiring Liberian entrepreneurs have been honored for successfully participating in the Branson Scholarship Program. The ceremony took place on Tuesday at Bella Casa Hotel in Monrovia.
Growing up in a world so intrigued by prospects, you might have come across the phrase â€œyoung people are the future leaders.â€
Charles Cooper of Cookshop.biz was one of three Liberians who recently attended the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley from June 22-24. We spoke to him about his experiences and the connections he made while there, including his reflections on how Liberia and other African governments can promote local entrepreneurs.