LINK STRATEGY EXPLAINED
What truly is strategy? It is by definition, “a plan of action or policy designed to achieve an overall aim or desired future.” It is action-oriented items that we implement in order to achieve objectives.
Connecting Sustainability, Communities and Marketing
The term “circular economy” is thrown around a lot with different companies and in many contexts. At LINK, it’s important that our clients and partners truly understand the meaning and importance of this term as this is the basis of our business.
The Never-Ending Business Based on a Never-Ending Urban Resource
In recent years, Ghana has been the focal point of West Africa for its quickly growing urbanization, especially in education, technology, and economy.
Israel Pioneering Agro Tech
Agriculture is categorized as a primary sector in many national economies. By using natural resources to create products that are sold, bought and consumed, the field of agriculture has a large responsibility to the well-being and welfare of all individuals, communities, nations and the world.
The Waste Management Problem in West Africa & the Holistic Solution
Solid, fluid, hazardous and non-toxic waste is generated in our households, offices, schools, hospitals, and industries.
What is Hydroponics?
Hydroponics has been hitting the news lately with some impressive numbers for farmers and profitability, but what does that mean to the local farmer on the African continent? Let’s take a look at what all the fuss is about.
Waterborne Diseases and the Power of Technology to Save Lives
Worldwide, 1.1 billion people lack access to improved water supplies, and 2.4 billion do not have access to sanitation services.
What Can Be Done? Solutions for NRW
There is not a clear “one-size fits all” solution to water leakage, but there are different ways to detect, measure and repair leakages successfully.
Tires Discarded by the side of the road or Recycled and Re-purposed -Your choice
When they catch fire, all hell breaks loose. Tire fires are a notoriously nasty phenomenon…