Welcome to Ringier Ghana

Ringier Africa set up its second offices in Ghana in 2011 and is now running specifically tailored products under pan-African brands for the market - like the leading integrated media group Pulse and international license brands. Marketplaces like Jobberman and Cheki are adapted to cater specifically to local customs in trade and employment.

Pulse

Pulse is Ghana's leading integrated media group. The Pulse media brand provides Ghana's mobile mass-market audiences with the latest news and entertainment. With Pulse TV, the platform offers a wide variety of videos from weekly flagship shows to exclusive interviews to event coverage.

Pulse also provides companies across Africa with professional solutions to profit from the full value chain of online marketing. With various services for businesses ranging from development and design of their online presence, to the support, planning and handling of social and other digital marketing channels, Pulse is ensuring that customers are set up for continuous success in reaching and selling to audiences online.

Finally, Pulse Studio enables clients to get access to Pulse's creative team for the production of bespoke video content and campaigns.

Cheki

Established in 2010, www.cheki.com.gh is an online marketplace where all of Ghana's leading car dealers, importers and private sellers post their cars for sale in Ghana. The website does not sell cars directly but rather offer a state of the art advertising medium for users to buy and sell their cars, 4WDs, vans, bikes and trucks and other vehicles. 

 

Jobberman

Jobberman is Ghana's No.1 Recruitment website, keeping users informed about the latest jobs, job vacancies and recruitment opportunities. With various services, like a free CV appraisal and interview tips, the website supports job seekers during the whole process of finding a new employment and maximizes the opportunities for employees as well as employers. 

About Ghana

Ghana was the first country in Sub-Saharan Africa where Europeans arrived to trade and also the first to achieve independence. With one of the continent's fastest growing economies, a certain stability and richness in ressources, Ghana is often seen as model country.
4.2%
GDP Growth
19%
Internet penetration
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