The dailyEXPRESS is a people's paper, reporting what matters most to Ghanaians, Businesses and mirroring their concerns.
With a Monday publication that focuses on general news and a Wednesday publication (soon to start) that will be 16 pages of well-researched business stories only, dailyEXPRESS provides to its tens of thousands of readers a filtered spread of opinions to help them in making informed decisions on all issues and matters that affect their everyday life.
While our stories & opinions might irk, provoke and excite some people, we have no mission or motive at all to bring about these reactions, but a plain unalloyed commitment to write and publish the truth and only that.
The dailyEXPRESS is proudly edited and managed by dynamic young but experienced journalists, designers, marketing and brand management personnel with a vision to provide readers with all the news; and businesses a real platform for the marketing and promotion of their services & products. We deliver to the advertiser quality readership. A readership with spending power. A readership with the power to take decision on where to spend their money.
We are very local, meaning we concentrate on news that is local, unbiased politically, non-tribal, non-religious and non-racial. Foreign news extracts that feature in our newspaper should and must have a global perspective that is important for our readers.
Our pages also include good feature pieces that reflect the thinking and is of concern to many of our readers.
We are proud to be the first and only free pick-up newspaper in Ghana and available to our numerous readers at various pick up points. We are adding a lot more outlets from where our rich-content, well designed and attractive newspaper can be found.
These tens of thousands of readers and our advertisers are our prime focus in everything we do. Their interests and priorities play a great role in our decisions as it relates to the content of our newspaper, be it stories or picture placements or the style and font used writing a headline.
Like other successful newspapers elsewhere, we ultimately want to be a newspaper that “connects intimately with our community, raises their issues, debates their issues and presents their issues in a way that suggests our desire to see ourselves as a part of our readers' lives.”
The above is why we have instituted the monthly dailyEXPRESS BREAKFAST SERIES to provide us all an opportunity to debate, discuss and consult on the issues that are of importance to our readers and the country as a whole.
Stanislav Xoese DOGBE Jesse Amoh AGYEPONG
Managing Editor Business Development Manager
Breaking New(s) Grounds with World Class Reporting