This magazine would not be possible without the various contributions from individuals that have a strong understanding of business and are also very knowledgeable about the media, publishing and advertising industries in Ghana. Such people include;
- Prof. Paul N. Buatsi, with some 30 years experience in University teaching and research in the USA and Ghana, specialising in business strategy and marketing.
- Prof. Kwame Addo, a university professor of architecture, a planner, designer and communications specialist.
- Mr.Gaddy Laryea, CEO and MD of MMRS Ogilvy, one of the largest advertising agencies in Ghana.
- Dr.Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, CEO of the London based Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation, former Head of Communications at the African Development Bank and External Relations Officer at the International Finance Corporation.
- Mr. Ray de Bono, CEO of Dmax, an IT, branding, marketing and graphics design firm with offices in Malta and the UK and operations in Belgium and Germany.
- Nana Robert Mensah, a 25 year veteran of the media, journalism, public relations professor in Ghana.
- Mr.Frederick Alipui, former Director of Trade and Industry of the African Union Commission and currently Consultant for UN agencies and European Commission projects on International Trade and Finance Issues;
- Ms.Susie Efua Kotoku, a trained PR practitioner and more than 10 years experience.
- Ms.Johanna Awotwi, BA, Director of the Centre on e-Governance in Ghana, and an accomplished researcher and writer.
- Eric Ametor-Quarmyne, a seasoned communications professional with 20+ years experience.
- Ms.Dede-Esi Amanor-Wilks, MSc, a former regional director of Action Aid and a seasoned researcher and writer on economics, finance and business.
- Prof.Stephen Ayidiya, a senior university lecturer specialising in Social Work and the NGO sector, and a former minister and top public servant.
- Sam Fletcher, MA, a trained Journalist, a TV talk show producer and host, and head of events management and communications in an international organisation.