Corporate Social Responsbility

Meet the Socially Responsible IPMC Ghana

‘Spread Smiles to Earn Smiles’

IPMC, with headquarters in Accra Ghana, was founded in 1992 and is today the west Africa’s leading ICT company. We employ 600+ people and have offices in 6 countries.

IPMC believes that for a company to be successful in the long term and create value for its customers, it must also create value for society. IPMC not only believes in sustainable development but also have been striving to make a credible difference by helping those who will lead the country in the future. Our CSR strategy is to develop long-term programmes which supports youth development, educational and health initiatives and upliftment of the standard of living of the people.

  • Epicentre Water for Life Project
  • Zemas Grace School Complex ICT Lab
  • E-Government Workshop 2016
  • Ghana Club 100 Awards
  • 18th MTN Business World Executive Breakfast Meeting
  • Enactus National Expo 2016
  • Swimming competition
  • Mobex '16
  • Donation to Korle Bu
  • Glitz Woman of the Year Honours
  • Nkwanta SDA IT Lab
  • IPMC Borehole Project
  • IPMC Support’s Tamale Police Station
  • Executive Women Network
  • IPMC Blood Donation Exercise
  • Wesleyan Revival
  • IPMC Awarded Laptops to Students of CSUS
  • IPMC Support Ghana Police Hockey Team
  • BlueCross Foundation and IPMC organize Medical Outreach Programme.
  • Best ICT Company award for 2015
  • IPMC Support Ghana National Fire Service
  • IPMC donates towards Farmers' Day
  • Float Your Boat
  • Enablis Business LaunchPad Awards 2015
  • IPMC Support’s Lotus Children Center.
  • IPMC Support’s Franciscan Missionaries of Mary
  • IPMC Sponsored the 2nd Edition of the Inter-Orphanage Games
  • IPMC Support’s Miss Ghana Foundation.
  • An Honorable Appreciation from “Rev. Kyei - Baah Joseph”.
  • IPMC Support Enactus National Exposition
  • IPMC and its Customers Launch “Let us Continue to Keep Ghana Ebola free Campaign”
  • IPMC Awards Enablis BusinessLaunchpad Winners with Laptops
  • IPMC Supports The Head of State Award Scheme
  • IPMC Supports’ Ghana Black Star.
  • IPMC Receives CSR Award
  • IPMC supports Enablis Entrepreneurial Network

Epicentre Water for Life Project

Businesses are powerful constituents of society and the most successful, respected, and desirable businesses exist to do much more than make money; they exist to use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.

IPMC believes corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a critical mission that is at the heart of everything that it does, how it thinks and what it is. The CSR approach adopted envisages that the group evolves and executes strategies to support communities in partnership with governments, civil society and relevant stakeholders.

IPMC’s initiative to provide easy access to portable drinking water in deprived communities continues, location is The Epicentre school and over 500 residents situated in New Gbawe, a small town in Ga South District in the Greater Accra Region, located approximately 26 kilometres from the nearest paved road.

The Epicentre is an educational and rehabilitative centre located in New Gbawe. They provide special education to children and young adults with developmental disabilities and offer an inclusive early learning program and physical therapy unit for all abilities.

When Epicentre school approached IPMC, the aid was initiated to overcome the hardships of residents & school who had to walk long distances to get the water for drinking, washing and cooking. Due to lack of safe drinking water they even faced risk of water-borne diseases.

During the commissioning, the CEO of IPMC, Mr.Amar Deep S. Hari, said IPMC was worried about the source of drinking water in the community, hence the construction of the borehole and placing an over-head tank to store water was an immediate solution. He added “To ensure project sustainability, he urged the school and residents to form a water point committee for maintenance of the borehole and promote good hygiene practices.

He also said, IPMC is committed to fostering improved living standards in the communities where it operates, adding that: “We want to embark on social interventions that transform the lives of people.”

An appreciation from Epicentre “We wish to express our profound gratitude to your establishment for donating a borehole and a polytank to the school” Madam Joyce Ankrah said

She said “The services you rendered to the Epicentre are worth appreciating and praiseworthy and have contributed immensely to solving our challenge with water. We at the Epicentre adore your work towards us and this kind gesture will forever remain in our heart”.

Any community which is in dire need of a borehole or other persons who wish to participate with us in any form should please write to

Zemas Grace School Complex ICT Lab

“We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.” - David Warlick

On 15th February 2015, IPMC donated an ICT Lab to ZEMAS GRACE SCHOOL COMPLEX in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Bolgatanga community comprises of over 1000 households, most of which are involve in farming activity. The average earning of the bread winner is less than 30 dollars a month. The size of the family they generally support are about 7 in number. This puts them under much pressure for survival and affording computer education is beyond their means.

The establishment of the ICT centre is part of our educational programme which promotes and supports innovative use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the education space and it is in line with the company’s objective of bringing digital transformation to learning institution.

Mr. Amar Deep S. Hari, the company’s CEO said “IPMC support is a sign of its commitment to pursue the company’s vision of promoting ICT Education in Ghana, Mr.Amar in his presentation said the company appreciated the need for access to quality education and the importance of fostering ICT development for economic sustainability.

E-Government Workshop 2016

A two day e-government workshop to deliberate on digital economy programmes was held at AITI-KACE on 9th November to 10th November to foster government approach to e-government implementation in Ghana.

This august event was organised by NITTA in partnership with Ghana’s Top IT Company IPMC. The workshop seeks to ensure collaboration and Raise awareness as well as understanding of stakeholders’ responsibilities in its implementation.

The event was themed “Achieving Digital Excellence in Public Service Delivery through Innovative, Strategies, Processes and Technologies”

Dr. Omane Boamah, the minister for communication in his speech said government had directed its efforts to “implementing the e-government infrastructure and applications to internalise the use of ICT in all aspect of Ghana.”

We at IPMC congratulate, the Government of Ghana, the Minister of Communication, the Director General of NITA and the entire NITA team for organizing this august program.

Ghana Club 100 Awards

Ghana’s Top IT Company IPMC which is also among the leading IT equipment suppliers and software developer of West Africa was again listed among the Top 100 businesses of Ghana and adjudged as the “Top Leader in the IT Education Sector Ranking” in the fifteenth edition of the Ghana Club 100 awards organized by the Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) which was held on 19th August 2016 at Kempiski Hotel.

This year’s event was on the theme: ‘‘Manufacturing, Steering Ghana’s Development”.

The ceremony was graced by President John Dramani Mahama.

President Mahama commended the companies for excelling in their respective disciplines, adding that government has demonstrated commitment to dialogue with captains in the business arena to grow the sector.

Delivering a welcome address, the Chief Executive Officer of the GIPC, Mrs. Mawuena Trebarh stated that this year’s edition focused on ways to expand Ghana’s manufacturing sector.

According to her, Ghana’s manufacturing sector holds the key to expanding the economy through export. “The theme for this year, ‘Manufacturing, Steering Ghana’s Development’, could not have been more appropriate given that the country is in an era where government’s focus is on leveraging investments in manufacturing”. IPMC continues to get listed among the Top 100 of Ghana businesses for the past many years.

18th MTN Business World Executive Breakfast Meeting

Ghana’s Top IT Company IPMC in partnership with MTN organised the 18th MTN Business World Executive Breakfast Meeting, dubbed, “Attracting Investments to Ghana; Lessons from Asia”, which was held on August 11th, 2016 at Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra.

This year’s Breakfast meeting, was graced by two powerful women ; Lisa Opoku, one of the top black women in global finance and Chief Operating Officer of the Technology Division and Global Strategist for Goldman Sachs and Alipt Sanam Hari, a Wellness Therapist and a prolific motivational speaker.

During Lisa Opoku’s presentation, she encouraged the business executives to develop positive attitudes, follow their passion, become risk-friendly and think out of the box, in order to make ground-breaking improvement to their industries. She expressed her displeasure on the highly informal operating system of most African economies for the relatively meagre investments by multinational corporations on the continent. She further mentioned that it’s expensive for businesses to sustain investment channelled into economies and turnaround the fortunes of emerging economies such as Ghana.

“It is very difficult for investors because you need to identify people, track record, for instance in the banking industry, it is difficult to track debtors; non-existing restricting laws and the absence of formal bankruptcy process which in other countries are very secure like,” she stated.

Mrs. Alipt Sanam Hari, a prolific motivational speaker, addressed the executives at the 18th MTN Business World Executive Breakfast Meeting, by catching everyone’s attention with an illusion trick to drive home the point that the mind's power lies in its capacity to become aware of one's negative cognitive beliefs and then making a conscious effort to change them. Coming from a sporting background, she spoke on how we can inculcate the qualities of sportspersons and become 'winners' in life, both personally and professionally.

Sanam Hari, Managing Director of IPMC, said he was happy that the breakfast meeting provided an avenue for executive briefings, networking and a matching platform for senior management professionals, entrepreneurs and government officials to meet and discuss current business trends and opportunities in Ghana.


The 2016 BADMINTON GHANA OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP was one of the exclusive national tournaments under the patronage of the Badminton Association of Ghana and IPMC, Ghana’s Top IT Company which was held at the Ghana Ports and Habour Authority sport facility in Tema.

The three days events from July 27-30, was aimed at widening our national talent development team and to select badminton athletes for Veterans World Championship and build a solid national team towards Africa and the Commonwealth Games.

The Tournament saw over 239 local and foreign athletes from all regional clubs of the country participating with players aged between 9 and 66 years. The participating clubs includes clubs from Accra badminton, Akim-Tafo badminton, UCC Badminton Club, GPHA Tema Badminton Club, GPHA Takoradi Badminton Club, HO Badminton Club, Wa Badminton Club, KNUST Badminton Club, Kumasi Badminton Club, Lekma Badminton Club, Suhum Badminton Club, Takoradi Badminton Club and Winneba Badminton Club.

Mr. Nestor Galley, President of BAG said “Through IPMC partnership with Badminton Association of Ghana, we have the opportunity to bring the sports back to its status”.

Enactus National Expo 2016

Enactus Ghana competitions are challenging team-oriented events that create a sense of accountability and motivation for teams to continually improve the quality of their projects. They also provide an opportunity for collaboration and best-practice sharing, further strengthening the value of the learning experience and the overall effectiveness of the program.

IPMC with its strong mandate of developing talent among the youth, supports Enactus regularly every year on its activities.

This year’s competition was held in Accra International Conference Centre on July 5th and 6th, 2016. After the two days of activities progressing through the opening, semi-final and final rounds of the competition, University of Ghana was named the Enactus Ghana National Champion and will be representing Ghana at the Enactus World Cup to be held in Canada.

Beyond the experience of the competition, this unique event was full of opportunities for networking, collaboration and best-practice sharing. Enactus Ghana’s major partner IPMC had the opportunity to recruit future talent through short listing of bright performers at this event.

Swimming competition

IPMC, Ghana’s Top IT Company on Saturday, 25th of June, 2016 sponsored the 2016 Ghana Swimming Competition. The event which took place at the University of Ghana Swimming Pool saw over 40 swimmers competing for both personal and team glory. Swimmers from Legon Sharks, Anomapa, GH Dolphins, participated in events such as Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly and Individual Medley.

Some of the dignitaries that were present included Mr. Saka Aquaye (Technical Director, National Sports Authority), Mr. Theophilus Edzi Wilson (President, Ghana Swimming Association), Mr. Abbiw Jackson (Legal Advisor, Ghana Swimming Association) and some members of the UG sports management committee.

Athletes like Mark Ofosu Twum, Joachim Wise Ofosuhene and Natasha Addai lived up to expectation much to the excitement of spectators. After the competition, Mark Ofosu Twum (GH Dolphins) emerged as the overall best male swimmer. In the female category, Natasha Addai (GH Dolphins) emerged as the overall best female swimmer.

Mobex '16

The second edition of the Africa Mobile and ICT Expo 2016 (Mobex16), which came to a close last Thursday, June 9 at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), was an eye opener for many.

President John Dramani Mahama, amongst others commended Ghana’s Top IT Company, IPMC, and its partners for being the lead participant in the Premier event dubbed African Mobile and ICT Expo (MOBEX). “I wish to commend the organizers and participants for creating this platform to facilitate interaction and sharing of ideas and experiences, and I’m hoping that the next big idea will be borne out of this interaction and debate that you are having here in the ICT sphere,” he added.

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Communications Mobex16 was a gathering of everything technology, and sought to harness ICT tools and innovations to improve lives, create jobs, engender investments and provide solutions to societal changes in order to propel socio-economic transformation at a faster pace.

The event attracted executives and operators from the mobile and technology industry, equipment providers, software companies and developers, Internet providers, as well as technology-savvy consumers.

IPMC exhibited its newest online platform and received accolades from the visitors.


On Thursday, 28th May 2016, Prof. Jane Nanaa Opoku-Agyeman, Minister of Education launched a book titled ‘Go Back to Nature & Heal your Self’ which is authored by Mr. Gurdip Hari.

The Minister, commended the Author by saying “As a writer myself I can appreciate what goes into the journey of writing a book. I am happy to see that ‘Go Back to Nature’ has brought out the importance of preventive health and staying close to nature to avoid many unnecessary diseases which have cropped up with our unhealthy life styles”

The event also saw the Minister cutting a ribbon for the commencement of a new school construction project, Healthy Mind International School at Madina in Accra and awarding long-serving staff of IPMC for their tremendous contribution to the company.

This new kind of school which is the brain child of Mr Gurdip Hari and a project of IPMC, will help to bring a new style of learning to Ghana giving more focus on discovering and developing the unique talents of each individual. Expected to be completed by the end of 2017, the Healthy Mind International school will have a 25% reserved quota for the underprivileged.

Mr. Gurdip Hari, who is a man on a mission to help his fellow travellers on earth find true and eternal success in every single area of their lives, stated that the project is an initiative geared towards developing natural talent of our children and help grow them into more productive citizens specializing in their gifted talents . His new book ‘Go Back to Nature & Heal your Self’ emphasizes on how to live life in abundance by ensuring that we understand our true nature and stay close to it at all times. It adds up to his earlier books, ‘The Conscious, Un-Conscious & Super-Conscious Mind’ and Mental, Physical & Spiritual Health’, and is a continuation of that ‘Journey of Discovery’ that connects individuals to the innermost core and the magnificence of their real personality.

Donation to Korle Bu

The Korle Bu Teaching Hospital Department of Ophthalmology is the beneficiary of a modern specialist eye centre built by the Lions club of UK.

On Wednesday, 04 May 2016, graphic online reported that “the newly constructed National Eye Centre at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra has been closed down since March 7, this year as a result of the unbearable hot conditions at the facility due to the breakdown of its air conditioners”.

As part of IPMC’s 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility activities and to assist in improving healthcare delivery at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, IPMC heeded to this call and donated 10 units of air conditioners to the Department of Ophthalmology.

On 24th May 2016, during the official presentation, the CEO of IPMC, Mr. Amar Deep. S. Hari stated that “IPMC is sensitive to Korle bu’s goal of providing a good customer service to its patients. The National Eye Center is Ghana’s pride and the most modern Eye center on the African continent. Due to its potential to serve thousands of needy patients in a world class environment, the running of this facility must get supported by the local businesses”.

During the presentation of the air conditioners to the Department of Ophthalmology, Mr. Amar Deep S. Hari announced IPMC’s further intention to provide any other needed medical equipment for the Centre’s smooth running.

The Head of the Eye Centre, Dr. Edith Dogbe, on behalf of the Ward expressed joy and thanked IPMC for this gesture. She hoped to restart the Eye centre operations as soon as the air conditioners were installed.

IPMC, Ghana’s Top IT Company continues with its well-defined Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy. The firm actively supports numerous programmes across Ghana that positively affects general healthcare, education, the arts, sports, community development and the environment.


The newest Online Shop in Ghana IPMCKart has been adjudged Business Innovation of the Year at the 6th edition of the Ghana Information Technology and Telecoms Awards (GITTA) held on Saturday, 21st May 2016 at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra.

The award was in recognition of IPMC’s customary quality and reliability now being exhibited through an ecommerce Platform. IPMC is famous for providing a good customer experience which customers now will be able to avail through online shopping.

Receiving the award, The Head of Solutions Consultant of IPMC, Mr. Robert S.B. Sackeyfio, expressed his appreciation for this recognition at the behest of IPMC’s faithful customer base. He dedicated the award to the IPMCkart team for their innovative skills which was making the company stand out from the competition.

Mr. Sackeyfio added; “We deem this effort at rewarding hardworking players in the sector as very commendable because it means that our work is being monitored and recognised

Glitz Woman of the Year Honours

Glitz Africa, publishers of Glitz Africa Magazine and creators of the Glitz Africa Fashion Week and Glitz Style Awards with the support of IPMC held the maiden edition of the “Glitz Woman of the Year Honours” on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the Banquet Hall, Accra.

The Ghana Women of the Year Honours was an opportunity for women of excellence to be appreciated and recognized for their commitment and dedication in key sectors of Ghana’s economy.

IPMC, Ghana’s largest distributor of IT products awarded the Best SHS Female Student in Ghana for her outstanding achievement. The prize went to Jessica Quaye now at Ashesi University College. She received a Huawei windows phone and a six month professional IT training course at IPMC.

Speaking at the event, the branch manager IPMC Tema, Mrs Betty Tegene noted that this prize was a contribution to encourage the outstanding female performance at the secondary level. She noted further that the corporate world needs to demonstrate their commitment to skill development with such awards.

The event was hosted by Media Queen Doreen Andoh and had performances from talents like Becca and Yaa Yaa.

Nkwanta SDA IT Lab

Over the years, IPMC has supported efforts in increasing literacy especially in the deprived areas. On 12th May, 2016, IPMC set up an IT lab at SDA International School in Nkwanta, a community in the Volta Region. Nkwanta community comprises of 200 households, most of which are involved in farming activity. The average earning of the bread earner is less than 20 dollars a month. The size of the family they generally support are about 6 in number. This puts them under much pressure for survival and affording computer education can become beyond their means.

IPMC has been a strong advocate of a balanced development of all the regions in Ghana. The human resource of the remote areas is valuable and should be harnessed into the country’s economic growth. Considering this the IT lab at Nkwanta will go a long way in promoting modern IT education to the communities around.

Mr Sanam Hari, IPMC’s Managing Director presented this lab to the Head Master of the school Mr Pierre Musabyimana at a short ceremony while applauding the efforts of his teachers in teaching the next generations growing up in their area.

Opening a whole new world to the children of Nkwanta was indeed a heart-warming experience.

IPMC Borehole Project

IPMC prides itself on being a great neighbour and a responsible corporate citizen in the communities where we live and work. We contribute to the well-being of these communities through charitable giving, employee volunteerism, and civic leadership.

This Year, IPMC has launched “Water for Life Project”, an initiative to provide 100 boreholes in 100 communities. The CEO of IPMC, Amar Deep S. Hari said “IPMC’s initiative to provide easy access to water in deprived communities is a step towards supporting the government’s Millennium Development Goal of reducing the proportion of people without access to safe drinking water”. He added “To ensure project sustainability, beneficiary communities are being encouraged to constitute water point committees for maintenance of the borehole and promoting good hygienic practices.” The immediate benefitting communities have been in the areas of Gbawe and Weija while applications are received from others.

Any community which is in dire need of a borehole or other persons who wish to participate with us in any form should please write to Our new online E-store “” is capable of receiving online donations for this project. IPMC also contributes 5 Ghana cedis to the boreholes for each purchase made on the online store.

IPMC Support’s Tamale Police Station

IPMC, Ghana’s Reliable IT supplier provided their contribution of a laptop to the Tamale Police station for improving their day to day operations and monitoring the November General Elections.

Presenting the item to the institution last Thursday at their Regional Office in Tamale, IPMC Tamale Manager, Mr. Ibrahim Mohammed described the work of the security agencies as key and relevant to the socio- economic development of the country.

He commended the Ghana Police Service for its pivotal role in ensuring peace and order in the Northern region. Earlier Tamale Regional Police Station had made a request for a laptop to increase their efficiency in office work.

The Tamale Police Station ASP Ebenezer Tetteh thanked IPMC for the kind gesture and also called on other corporate bodies to assist the Police Service.

Executive Women Network

Over the years, IPMC, Ghana’s leading IT company has been at the forefront of supporting Women empowerment, internally through a higher woman employment rate in their organization and externally sponsoring initiatives such as Miss Ghana project, Girls in ICT Program etc.

It was with this view that IPMC sponsored the Executive Women Network (EWN) at Labadi Beach Hotel Accra on 19th April, 2016.

EWN is the first of its kind in Ghana, and will be a home base for women to grow their professional skills and build important networks. It’s mission is to influence and drive policy changes that seek to increase the representation of women in senior leadership positions.

Chief Executive Officer of the organizers Strategic Communications Africa Ltd, Madam Esther Cobbah commented ‘‘I believe that by forming a strategic network such as this Executive Women Network, it is signaling that women can draw on each other’s experiences and wealth of knowledge to grow together and excel in whatever sphere they operate in’’.

Representing IPMC, Ms Charanya Sekar , the Head of Ecommerce and who is spearheading the growth of online shop “ “ mentioned , “At IPMC, supporting and investing in causes that empower women is one of our core CSR strategy. We believe that every woman has the power to realize their full potential, often times, with a little support”. She added “We will continue to support causes that make a difference in the lives of Ghanaian women”.

IPMC Blood Donation Exercise

IPMC organized a blood donation campaign on 1st April 2016 at Ring road IPMC.

The exercise, dubbed ‘Save-a-Life’, was aimed at collecting over 200 pints of blood.

The blood would go towards restocking the National Blood Bank as well as blood banks in Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi, Effia-Nkwanta Hospital in Takoradi, Tamale Teaching Hospital, Bolga Regional Hospital and Cape Coast Regional Hospital.

The blood donation drive was targeted to encourage IPMC employees, Customers of IPMC products, students of IPMC training as well as the general public. The event saw about 120 participants within Accra, which yielded 100 pints of blood.

Commenting on the event, the CEO of IPMC, Amar Deep S. Hari, said, “Do you know that in case of a serious accident or a medical condition, the blood you receive in the hospital is free? This blood is donated by individuals like you who care for their fellow beings”. He also urged participants to donate blood since it is good for health. The new blood cells are formed within 4 to 5 hours and these cells are much healthier than the older ones. The donor thus achieves better immunity against disease”.

IPMC blood donation campaign is expected to raise awareness regarding this important duty of every citizen.

Wesleyan Revival

The CEO of IPMC, Mr. Amar Deep S. Hari has always urged Ghanaians to be grateful to God for his blessings on this nation. He said though all of us may stumble at times, but we have not fallen; therefore, we have every reason to give praise to the Lord.

It was with this view IPMC sponsored the Wesleyan Revival at Independence Square, this year from 9th March 2016 to 13th March 2016

The crusade dubbed: “Ghana for Christ” was a five-day event organized by the Methodist Archdioceses of Accra, in collaboration with Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, the President of the Miracle World Outreach Ministries.

The crusade prayed a peaceful and transparent general election in November.

In attendance were the Vice president of Ghana Amissah-Arthur, Most Reverend Professor Emmanuel Asante, the Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church, and a former Presiding Bishop, Rev. Samuel Asante Antwi.V.

Vice President Amissah-Arthur urged Ghanaians to put their hope in God that the country would continue to flourish in harmony and strength. He said Ghana continued to be the envy of many countries in the Sub-region because of the peace and stability it enjoyed. He said though the nation had challenges, the country had not experienced the strife and tension that other nations had gone through.

Dr. Tetteh, speaking on the topic: “Whosoever believes”, urged Christians to put their trust in Christ. Preaching on this topic, he said, “Christ is bigger than all financial, social, economic and medical problems, therefore, there is no difficulty that he cannot resolve.” He reminded Christians that unless the Lord watched over Ghana, the watchmen would watch but in vain.

At the event Dr. Lawrence Tetteh acknowledged IPMC for keeping Ghana at their heart and rendered prayers for their success.

IPMC Awarded Laptops to Students of CSUS

As part of the CSUC president’s three-pronged approach to producing market-ready students who can create solutions to problems facing industry and society, Prof. Sam Afrane, has launched “the laptop per student” initiative to enable CSUC students to secure a laptop and pay on an installment basis.

“The 21st century student needs to be armed with a laptop and together with the stable Internet connectivity that CSUC offers, the student can undertake serious studies, research and do outstanding presentations,” explained Prof. Afrane.

“The laptop is a great tool to empower you for life. This initiative is a result of collaboration between the Christian Service University College and IPMC” added Mr. Hiten Parmer, the Manager for IPMC, Kumasi.

The CSUC president further explained that this initiative is a concrete move at consolidating his three-pronged approach of providing professional programmes that will offer quality training driven by ICT savviness in order to equip CSUC students with highly sought-after employable skills and competencies.

According to the CSUC Systems Administrator, Mr. Emmannuel Adinkrah under the initiative, students will be able to get a quality laptop now and pay within six months or one year.

A level 400 Accounting student AkosuaGyima said “IPMC has done well to provide laptops for students.”

“I think it is a great initiative,” added Richard Annor, level 200 student of the Communication Studies Department.

IPMC Support Ghana Police Hockey Team

A very famous writer G.T Smith once said that donors don’t give to Institutions but rather they invest in ideas and people in whom they believe. It is in this view that Ghana’s Top IT Company, IPMC presented a cheque of GHC10, 000 to the Ghana police Hockey team.

The sponsorship is to support the team at the Africa Cup for Clubs Championship after the men and women teams emerged runner ups and champions respectively in the 2015 greater Accra hockey league.

IPMC has always aimed at pushing the Hockey game to greater height. No wonder it has been committed to sponsoring the Greater Accra Hockey Association League over the years.

The Chief Executive Officer of IPMC, Mr. Amardeep Singh Hari during the presentation expressed satisfaction with the organization of the league competition and the exposure the company enjoyed during the past year. He assured the Ghana Police service that his company loved the sport and is committed to seeing it develop further. He encouraged players to give off their best at all times and to strive for excellence to showcase the sport as one that is highly competitive and rewarding to play.

The Acting IGP Mr. John Kudalor and this Team, who received the donation, expressed appreciation to IPMC for believing in the Ghana Police Hockey Team and finding it necessary to support them.

He called on other corporate bodies to support sports in Ghana. Adding that he is hopeful the donation would form the bases of a much stronger and cordial relationship between IPMC and the Ghana Police Service.

BlueCross Foundation and IPMC organize Medical Outreach Programme.

BlueCross Foundation, a non-governmental organisation dedicated to the welfare of the aged, has organised a medical outreach programme for 500 residents of Adukrom and its environs in the Eastern Region on 29th December 2015.

The exercise which was sponsored by IPMC aimed at providing free quality health care, with much focus on the aged living within the vicinity.

It was conducted by a medical team comprising, laboratory technicians, nurses, physicians and pharmacists drawn from the Hawa Memorial Saviour Hospital at Osiem, Health on Wheels, an NGO, as well as the Taifa Polyclinic.

Speaking at the event, Dr. Charles Dewhurst, a physician at the Polyclinic and a member of the medical team, said beneficiaries were taken through blood pressure checking, hypertension, hepatitis B, malaria, and diabetes tests.

He said they were offered free medication and educated on the importance of living healthy; while people who had severe cases were advised and further referred to nearby health facilities for further checkups.

Dr. Dewhurst disclosed that a lot of people had high blood pressure in Ghana although most of them were not even aware, and advised the public to be much concerned about their lifestyles, adding “people should be active and check their diet”.

Ms. Faustina Gyimah, the Founder and President of BlueCross Foundation, in an interview, said the Foundation which was established in 2012, began with home care services for the aged, taking care of deprived senior citizens.

She said the exercise aimed at celebrating the Christmas with senior citizens within the various communities and also provide them with free healthcare.

She said among the Foundation’s objectives, was to create awareness on the need to give back to society by focusing on the aged, adding that “I believe that ageing is a process and definitely we will get there”.

Mr. Korley Peniel, Marketing Officer of IPMC, said that IPMC shared the vision of the NGO, in supporting the welfare of the aged in Ghana.

He pledged that IPMC will continue to support BlueCross’s laudable initiative, adding that it was appropriate to support the activities of the Foundation.

He urged Ghanaians especially corporate bodies to provide welfare services for the aged; describing the exercise as a payback time to what the society had given him.

Best ICT Company award for 2015

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) awarded about 20 companies for the excellence displayed in their various areas of operations at the 4th Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) awards.

The awards ceremony, held at the Banquet Hall of the State House on 21st November 2015- seeks to recognize, celebrate and reward deserving Industrial businesses that have excelled in various categories for the year 2015.

IPMC was announced the overall best ICT Company of the year. The citation accompanying the award complimented the company's sterling contributions to the economy.

Above IPMC CEO Mr Amar Deep S. Hari standing with his key team members at the awards function.

IPMC Support Ghana National Fire Service

Ghana’s Top IT Company, IPMC, on Tuesday, 17th November 2015 provided Four Set of computers to support the Accra Metro Fire office at Makola.

The Local Fire Brigades are often more than just an emergency service, for this reason, IPMC choose to donate to their local Fire Brigade.

Ms. Charanya Sekar said the presentation which forms part of the company’s corporate social responsibility was also to initiate a healthy relationship with the service.

She said the company understands the importance of the GNFS in public protection and thus found it necessary to support it to rehabilitate the command that would serve the needs of the public.

Mr. Peniel Korley, Marketing officer of IPMC expressed the hope that IPMC would always be available to support the service.

Metro Fire Officer, Mr. Abbey, who received the donation, expressed appreciation to IPMC for believing in the GNFS and finding it necessary to support them.

He said the service barely receives support from corporate services and said he is hopeful that the donation would form the bases of a much stronger and cordial relationship between both entities.

Mr. Abbey appealed to corporate Ghana to support and sponsor the service to be able to manage bush fires as this has been a major concern to the organization.

IPMC donates towards Farmers' Day

Mr. Amar Deep S. Hari, Chief Executive Officer of IPMC, on Wednesday presented a cheque of GH¢10,000 to the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, towards the celebration of this year’s Farmers' Day, which will take place in the Upper East Regional capital, Bolgatanga.

The day will be on the theme: "Transforming Ghana, Invest in Agriculture."

Mr. Amar expressed IPMC’s preparedness to help in the growth of the sector, because it was only when there is food that people could do business.

He said most developed economies and economic giants in the world had risen to their present level because they paid attention to the development, enhancement and growth of agriculture, adding, through agriculture the country could get foreign exchange to boost the economy.

Mr.Amar assured the Minster of IPMC’s continuous support in future celebrations because hardworking farmers deserved to be rewarded.

Dr Mohammed Alhassan Ahmed, Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture in charge of Crops, expressed appreciation to IPMC, saying the company had over the years been part of contributors to enable the Ministry successfully celebrate the day.

He said the Ministry was targeting over six million Ghana cedis for its budget for the celebration, and urged other corporate bodies to emulate the example of IPMC so that the nation could give recognition to its gallant farmers.

He said the cost of the day had to be borne by all because if government was making efforts to transform the economy, the agriculture sector must be seriously catered for.

He urged the investment community to invest in Agriculture through the value chain, so that businesses that depended on agriculture would continue to obtain raw materials.

Float Your Boat

Environment360 with the support of IPMC held its first annual fundraiser ‘’ Float Your Boat’’ on the 3rd of October 2015 at Marina Park. More than 100 people attended the inaugural event, which invited teams to build and race boats made out of plastic bottles in order to raise awareness of the plastic waste issue in Ghana, while also illustrating creative ways plastic waste can be used.

This year, five teams participated in the competition. Adventure Junkies, a premier traveling organization, took home first place while the Graphic and Tro-Tro Diaries team took home second. Piiri Foundation received the award for best boat design. The fun filled day featured a variety of recycled exhibitions and craft stations, as well as a raffle. Raffle items were donated by supporter IPMC and included pen drives, as well as a bluetooth headset.

Environment360 is an organization that believes children are powerful change agents that can transform communities into cleaner and greener spaces. The organization hosts variety of environmental excursions for children, as well as provide educational resources such as in class seminars and art classes that teach children to use their waste in creative ways. Funds raised from the event will go directly into their community programming, which will commence in November this year.

IPMC is glad to associate itself to this essential development and NGO.

Enablis Business LaunchPad Awards 2015

Participants of the fifth batch of the Enablis Business LaunchPad, a business skills development programme were awarded and celebrated in Accra on Tuesday October 6, 2015 after going through series of business skills training, writing & presentation of business plans, coachingand mentorship at Enablis House in Accra. The programme aims to turn great ideas into thriving, sustainable businesses through a comprehensive programme that offers the skills, tools and network that entrepreneurs need to succeed in the formal private business sector.

As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, IPMCsponsoredEnablis Ghana to undertake this business skills development programme for SMEs dubbed Enablis Business LaunchPad 2015.Other supporting sponsors include,UT Bank, DSS, Starr FM, Business & Financial Times, DDP, Accra Brewery Ltd., Voltic, BT Magazine, and 233apps.

The IPMC believes that investing in Ghanaian SMEs will give the SME owner/managers a platform for practical solutions to business growth thereby nurturing them to grow profitable businesses that will create revenue and employment. They believe helping small businesses to build a solid economic base will help in the socio economic development of Ghana.

This year’s Launchpad was launched in April 2015.Shortlisted applicants were then invited to an intensive two weeks training session in Accra, Enablis House during 2nd Phase. Twenty Eight (28) young Ghanaians twenty-one percent of them being women successfully completed the comprehensive, hands on, high level training in business management.

The 19 finalists who were selected out of the 28 participants made very good use of the feedback they received from during the process to fine-tune and re-submit their business plans.

The CEO of IPMC, Mr. Amar S. Hari, addressing the awardees advised the entrepreneurs to use the knowledge they have acquired in the various discipline to grow their business and urged them to apply ethical standards in their business dealing to ensure the survivability of their business.

Mr. Amar alosemphasized that the private sector needs to be strengthened to contribute to Ghana’s economy. TheLaunchpadis a comprehensive program designed for both start-up and existing Ghanaian SMEs to gain expert insight and advice to drive their small businesses along a sustainable growth path. It also provides an opportunity to gain invaluable expert training and advice from local and international business leaders.

The overall winners for both Startup Category:- Winfred Amenyekuand Existing Business Category:-Anthony Sedzroreceived cash price of Five Thousand Ghana Cedis each while eight (8) finalistsreceived laptops and/or external hard drives from IPMC. All the ten (10) Finalists received IT& web services from 233apps. All participants will continue receive Enablis Business Support Services.

All Judges & Trainers who had volunteered their services as a way of giving back to support Small and Medium Businesses in Ghana were commended and presented with Citations and plaques. Mr. Charles Sirois, the founder and Global Chairman of Enablis used this opportunity to specially recognize Prince Kofi Amoabeng and Amar Deep S. Hari for their continuedand tremendouscontributions and support for the development of entrepreneurs using the Enablis model. The two gentlemen were presented with special Citations by Mr. Charles Sirois, a Canadian

IPMC Support’s Lotus Children Center.

Lotus Children Center is a Neo Humanist Centre composed of a Children Home, Nursery and Kindergarten School at Soko, Accra, Ghana.

It was started in order to provide a low cost high quality education for the local children whose families are unable to afford education for their children.

Our focus is on developing individuals (both children and teachers) to become creative, confident and caring. IPMC having a head for business and a heart for the world, granted their financial supported to this NGO to enable the institution provide a healthy environment, nutritious food and proper education for the kids at the children home.

IPMC always believe that the purpose of  life is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well, and we (IPMC) will continue to help them for kids are the future generation of this great nation GHANA.

IPMC Support’s Franciscan Missionaries of Mary

The Franciscan Missionaries of Mary is a missionary movement which seeks to develop Young generation. The centre is located in Sanniquellie, Liberia. They empower and inspire the youth especially young women experiencing incarceration or life on the streets to create positive personal and social change.

This Youth Development Centre reaches out to latch-key young people from low to middle income families and guides them towards a more purposeful life. As an outreach centre, the staff and volunteers engage the youth with social activities to impart life skills that will help them build a strong foundation for their future.

IPMC sponsored the renovation of an existing structure of Youth Development Centre where the center organizes activities like Carpentry and Massine.

At IPMC, we believe in attaining enormous success and with this mindset another success was attained in Liberia with the Ebola Awareness Nationwide Drive, we supported this missionary to aid affected families and help eradicate this deadly disease.

IPMC, West Africa's leading IT Company will continue to support such initiatives in different countries under its reach.

IPMC Sponsored the 2nd Edition of the Inter-Orphanage Games

Hundreds of children live in deprived homes where sometimes basic necessities are seen as a privilege. For many children who enter these homes, there is little realistic hope for a fulfilling life. Most of them have low self-confidence, few skills and minimal support to face the world.

In this backdrop, Gold Label Africa Outreach in Partnership with IPMC presented the 2nd edition of the Inter-Orphanage Games which came off on June 20th 2015, at the Lizzy sports complex. It was a celebration of sport for less-privileged children. For many of them, it was also their first time to associate themselves with different class of people. The message they carried says: We deserve recognition and we are capable of playing sport.

Eight (8) children homes participated in the games. Nungua Orphanage was branded by IPMC, Grandma Alice by 360, SOS by UTV, Jay Nii orphanage by Gold Label Africa Outreach, Cocoa House by Livefm, Love orphanage by Lizzy complex, Safe Heaven by Nyonyo Salad and Power of love by Live on Campus. All homes battled it out for the major trophy. At the end of the day, Cocoa House by Livefm came third, Nungua Orphanage by IPMC placed second and the ultimate went to Safe Heaven by Nyonyo Salad. It was all fun and exciting for the kids.

The aim was to provide a platform for the children to dream, exhibit their talents, get competitive exposure, dazzle in an atmosphere of healthy competition and enrich themselves with much needed perspective about their inherent potentials; thus, IPMC contributed to their holistic development through the promotion of extra-curricular activities.

IPMC Support’s Miss Ghana Foundation.

Miss Ghana Foundation with the aid of IPMC has feted orphans of the Teshie Orphanage in Accra. The exercise was the first in the series of charity related activities planned as part of the Foundation’s ‘Food for the Needy’ project. The project, one of several the Foundation is embarking upon this year, is geared towards giving healthily prepared meals to thousands of needy persons.

Numbering about 50, the orphans were given sumptuous meals. They were also given soft drinks, pillows, clothing’s and bottled water.

Officials of the facility led by Madam Janet Anyeley Parker thanked the Foundation and sponsors especially IPMC for their kind gesture.

The orphans she said were pleased with the donation, adding they appreciate the continued support of the Foundation and the Miss Ghana office to the Orphanage.

Nadia Ntanu, the reigning Miss Ghana and Ghana’s representative at last year’s Miss World used the opportunity to call on other restaurants and Hotels to partner the Miss Ghana Foundation to sustain the ‘Food for the Needy’ project.

An Honorable Appreciation from “Rev. Kyei - Baah Joseph”.

Corporate social responsibility is one of the core matters of IPMC. We provide support to non-profit organization (NGO) to aid improve the life of impoverished people around the world. IPMC having the Head for Business and the Heart for the world continued their quarterly donation to Power Hour School / Orphans & the Less Privileged Care.

Below is an honorable appreciation from Rev. Kyei - Baah Joseph:

“We want to express our appreciation and love concerning your kind gesture which has eased our financial constriction

We will be very much more appreciative to receive your kind support perpetually. May the Almighty God bless you and your family with long life, good health and great prosperity

IPMC Support Enactus National Exposition

Enactus is an international organization that connects student, academic and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their communities.

The Enactus national exposition is a unique cross-generational leadership experience for attendees, including student, academic and business leaders. The Ghana Expo includes a national competition, which is a showcase of how Enactus students are transforming lives and enabling progress through entrepreneurial action.

Enactus National Exposition 2014 receives support from IPMC .This year once again IPMC supported the event with a donation of 5,000.00 Ghana cedis. Teams presented to panel of judges from the corporate world, including CEOs of various industries and Executives. Mr. Amar Hari CEO of IPMC was present to judge at the event. In attendance was also the Ambassador of China to Ghana. The Enactus team from University of Ghana emerged the champions and would represent Ghana at the Enactus World cup to be held in Beijing China, where they would compete with other national champions from across the globe.

IPMC and its Customers Launch “Let us Continue to Keep Ghana Ebola free Campaign”

Success is not something we achieve once but something we achieve repeatedly. At IPMC, we believe in attaining enormous success and with this mindset another success was attained on Friday 24th October, 2014 with the Ebola Awareness Nationwide Drive.

On Friday 24th October, 2014, IPMC held a nationwide Ebola campaign with a tagline: “GET SMART TO PREVENT EBOLA”.

The campaign constitutes over 1500 volunteers at 20 locations across Ghana, who approached individuals and families to educate them on the prevention of the epidemic “EBOLA”.

As part of the campaign, handbills and posters were shared across the nation demonstrating the best practices to prevent it.

Before the commencement of the campaign, the Chief Executive Officer of Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Company (IPMC), Mr. Amardeep Hari and Miss Ghana 2013, Nadia Ntanu stated emphatically the importance of the campaign and how vital it is to create such awareness, he (Amar) also cited that IPMC is working on getting the country an EBOLA Hotline in a Press Conference.

The simple act of saying 'THANK YOU' is a demonstration of gratitude in response to an experience that was meaningful.

We at IPMC once again say Thank you for going the “extra mile” to really make sure that the Campaign was an enormous success. Your attention and dedication to the program and the manner in which you stayed calm under all the pressure was greatly appreciated


An appreciation letter from the Minister for Communication Dr. Edward Omane Boamah to IPMC for supporting and sponsoring the 2015 “GIRLS IN ICT DAY” FORUM which was held on 29th April, 2015 at the GNAT Hall, in HO, Volta Region.

IPMC Awards Enablis BusinessLaunchpad Winners with Laptops

Enablis is a one-of-a-kind non-profit organization dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs and reducing poverty in the developing world. Enablis is not only a model to develop entrepreneurs, it is a powerful solution helping thousands of member-entrepreneurs grow their businesses and create jobs from the ground up. It facilitates professional networking and mentoring, entrepreneurial skills development and access to finance to ensure economic stimulation and entrepreneurial sustainability.

The top eight winners of the IPMC and Enablis BusinessLaunchpad competition for the best SME business plan have been named at a ceremony in Accra.

Enablis winners receive Laptops from IPMC Ebablis Launchpad is a competition held annually to create the opportunity for individuals with businesses or ideas to be guided in developing a sustainable and profitable business. It also creates the opportunity for entrepreneurs to secure start-up and expansion funding. IPMC donated laptops to award winners at the Launchpad

IPMC Supports The Head of State Award Scheme

IPMC has supported The Head of State Award. The mission is to give young people the opportunity to develop themselves and at the same time instill in them a passion to serve the community and nation.

The program is the Duke of Edinburg’s International Award Foundation that engages young people in an exciting self-developing program worldwide. The President of the Republic of Ghana, John DramaniMahama, presented the Gold awards to the participants.

IPMC Supports’ Ghana Black Star.

The Ghana national football team, popularly nicknamed as the Black Stars is partaking in the 2014 world cup in Brazil. As part of Government initiative to seek sponsorship from corporate bodies to send delegates of Black star supporters to cheer the Stars up, IPMC a strong supporter of various sports in the country has come forward to contribute Gh₵75,000 to the Ghana-Brazil world cup committee.

There was a fundraising at the State house, followed with an auctioning of the Black Star T-shirts signed personally by President Mahama who chaired the event.

The ceremony also inspired a host of other leading Ghanaian companies to donate.

IPMC Receives CSR Award

The Ghana CSR Diary and Awards 2014 took place on May 8, 2014 at the Golden Tulip Hotel and IPMC extended its support in helping organize the event. IPMC was duly recognized by event organizers for understanding the importance of Companies getting involved in the communities and undertaking relevant social activities. Sixteen leading socially-responsible companies were awarded.

IPMC supports Enablis Entrepreneurial Network

As part of their sponsorship of Enablis Entrepreneurial Network’s activities, IPMC Ghana has presented asponsorship package cheque of GH¢20,000 to the company in Accra.

Enablis Ghana is an international franchise organization that supports entrepreneurs in the developing world through its member-driven network. Enablis isa one-of-a-kind non-profit organization dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs and reducing poverty through an organized, interactive network of entrepreneurs in developing countries who share similar values and who believe in the importance of small-to-medium enterprises for sustainable economic development. Enablis is not only a model to develop entrepreneurs, it is a powerful solution helping thousands of member-entrepreneurs grow their businesses and create jobs from the ground up. Enablis believes in the power of the entrepreneur to drive socio-economic development, stimulate innovation, create jobs and alleviate poverty.

The CEO of IPMC Ghana, Amar Deep S. Hari making the presentation said, “IPMC is proud to be associated with a company that seeks to empower entrepreneurs in this challenging economic climate”. Adelaide Ansah, Program assistant of Enablis, on receiving the cheque on behalf of the company said, “we thank IPMC for their continual believe and support for activities of Enablis Ghana and we urge other businesses in Ghana to follow suit in order to help build up entrepreneurs for economic growth”.

IPMC Ghana has over the years supported Enablis Ghana activities especially the Business Launchpad competition which is currently on going.

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