LX HR Solutions

House # 205/6, 2nd Emmause Lane Labone, Accra

+233 (0) 50 242 9959

http://www.lxhrsolutions.com/

LX HR Solutions is an International Human Resource Consultancy. We work with CEO’s, Directors, Managers, Stakeholders of Educational Institutions and Professional Organisations. We aim to Engage, Develop and Retain Employees for your business growth through the provision of optimal services in recruitment, HR strategy, training and development.

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EPP Book Services

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July 28, 1991

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COPORATE MISSION Our mission is to provide quality but affordable books for education, entertainment, self-development and self-fulfillment; to all when the need arises by: Providing a wide range of books to satisfy our clients Exceeding our customers’ expectation in their book requirements Making our books accessible in the market. Acting as agents for both customers and publishers and working for their interest; enriching our client’s life in their quest for educational and entertaining books and advancing the cause of our publishers. VISION Our vision is to become the largest and leading book distributor in West Africa and to be the bookselling household name in the West Africa Sub Region. VISION OF AFRICA EPP Book services is committed to seeing book business flourish in Africa. We intend to achieve this by: Establishing more bookshops in other West-African countries Supplying books to other booksellers in Africa under the authorization to distribute books outside Ghana. Providing consultancy services to publishers who want to expand their services to other booksellers in West Africa.

http://www.eppbookservices.com/homes

on July 28, 1991, EPP Books Services started its operations as a small bookshop in an obscure corner of Accra, Ghana.  The bookshop, which started with a space of not more than 20 meters square, has grown into a chain of bookshops spreading across the West African sub region. Read more…