Joseph Arko Koranteng, a 27-year old graduate nurse aside his job of helping doctors save lives, has developed a mobile app to help business organisations connect to potential customers. The app hoping to connect potential client and businesses is called MAGNIFY.
This innovation is motivated by the drive to expose businesses to people all over the country and help businesses deliver goods and services while giving users the chance to generate income.
“Once your business is listed in any of the categories there is a higher chance of your business being seen by people at your location or outside your location,” Koranteng said.
He continued, “So people can search for your service and if you have good services you can make a lot of clients on the platform.”
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“I expect that the Ghanaian population embrace the MAGNIFY app and use it to grow their businesses, I also expect it to be a platform for generating income for low-income earners and people who desire to have another source of income.
Koranteng explained how his MAGNIFY app works.
“The app is a volume based application, therefore, any sign up is income generated for the app owners and the various user types of the app making it a good avenue for investors to plug in.”
Now, Koranteng is looking out for potential investors to help expand the MAGNIFY app and as well help promote local businesses.
He mentioned the government in particular, saying the government can also support since it could help in solving the issue of unemployment in the country.
Joseph Koranteng is a BSc. Nursing Degree holder from the University of Development Studies (UDS). He is also an ICT enthusiast. He majored in nursing hoping to become a full-time nurse.