Better PM Services Ent is into purchasing and marketing of all cereals and legumes aimed at preventing periodic food shortages especially in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Better Pm Services started in 2016 and is duly registered in Ghana . We initially worked mainly in a locality now Binduri district and subsequently expanded to a second market in Pusiga given our increased turnover.
We supply several kinds of cereals and legumes to food processing companies, schools, hospitals, food vendors and households in Ghana. We also help farmers to conveniently store their farm produce to prevent post harvest loses and food shortage. We assist farmers through our farmer-services centre to increase yield and adopt new farming strategies aimed at maximising yields. Also, we will in the near future add value to these farm products and services, especially cashew and shea nuts to be exported to the Chinese and European markets. We are currently based in Pusiga with representatives in Kumasi and Accra for delivery purposes.
Our business lines are +233240052614 and +233277260080
Following the success of Season’s 1 McDan Incubator, the Top 10 Finalists have been placed with Mentors to provide regular checkins and support in the month leading up to the Finale.
Committed to supporting the 10 startups, the Mentors are some of our Incubator Facilitators and equally important, impartial and not part of the final decision making process that will determine the winner.
McDan Judge, Simon R Turner commented “As well as supporting the Mentors in the lead up to the Finale, we hope that the entrepreneurs – most who have not had a mentor or received mentorship in the past – will recognise their value and look to cementing Mentors well beyond the show.”
We’d like to thank the Mentors to continue to support Ghana’s future leaders and captains of industry.
The McDan Incubator, a training program developed to support the Top 20 Finalists of the McDan Entrepreneurship Challenge, was a huge success and it wouldn’t have been possible but for a fantastic team of Facilitators who came together, delivered broad, varied and substantive sessions that were impactful and from the heart.
Their support, commitment and community spirit is greatly appreciated by Dr Daniel, McKorley, The McDan Foundation, The McDan Group and TEN Ghana, and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the Facilitators who devoted their time to develop our fantastic Top 20, and give them a shout out.
Our Facilitators and their sessions included:
The Fundamentals of Law that all Entrepreneurs Should Know – Korieh Duodu (Principle, Egality Law)
Investment Readiness – OluDele Sonekan (Director of Investments, Growth Mosaic) and Abraham Mensah-Belley (Investment Manager, GroFin Ghana)
How Entrepreneurs Should Relate to the Media – Bernard Avle (Director of News ProgrammingOmni Media Ltd (Citi 97.3 FM)
Market Research and Competitor Analysis – Kwabena Agyekuym (Executive Director, Chartered Institute of Management, Ghana)
Ideation to Implementation, and Business Model Innovation – Edison Gbenga (Founder/Lead: Codewit, Loudspeaker Digital & Bloop
Human Centred Design – Emily Sheldon (Founder, African Health Innovation Centre)
Leadership and Resilience – Mohit Pramanik (Management Partner, The Aspen Institute)
We are excited to announce that membership registration for our
StartUp Club is officially opened.
The Club is a platform for startups and investors to discover each
other. Calling out all those hustlers, investors, entrepreneurs (current or
future), dreamers, startup commentators and followers who are interested in
creating innovative companies in the flourishing Ghana StartUp EcoSystem. It is
the place for lectures, workshops, idea exchange, mingling and establishing new
Let us come together and join this revolution in funding