• African Entrepreneurship Digest (November Edition):

    Nana Amoako-Anin

    Nana Amoako-Anin is the Founder of Bliss Yoga Accra, one of the few full-service yoga studios credited with popularising yoga in Ghana.

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  • Tom-Chris Emewulu

    Tom-Chris Emewulu is a 2017 TEF entrepreneur and founder of SFAN, an Accra-based education company that unlocks the potential of youths. SFAN (Stars From All Nations) is a social enterprise that works in equipping young Africans with skills and opportunities they need to engage the real world, through EPIC events and a 6-weeks career accelerator program …

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  • Laud Basing

    Laud Basing

    Laud Basing is the founder of Incas Diagnostics, a medical diagnostic development and manufacturing social enterprise located in Kumasi, Ghana. The company seeks to save lives through the design of low-cost, easy-to-use, point-of-care diagnostic test kits designed specifically for Africa. His company also offers an online/mobile platform enabling users to have the convenience of chatting …

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  • Prince Kwame Agbata

    Prince Kwame Agbata

    Prince Kwame Agbata is the co-founder of Coliba, an early stage waste management platform that leverages on mobile and web technology to help users separate their waste, schedule and request a pickup and get waste picked from the comfort of user’s home.  

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  • Funmi Martinson

    Oduku Funmi Martinson

    Funmart’s Blends and Desserts is a bakery and smoothies manufacturing company founded on the platform of solving the Social Development Goals 3 and 10. SDGs Goal 3 – Good Health and Well-Being SDGs Goal 5 – Gender Equality    

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  • Kimberly Addison

    Kimberly Addison

    ’57 is the pioneer bean to bar chocolate business in Ghana defined by creativity and authenticity. ‘57 Chocolate is short for 1957, the year of Ghana’s independence. This venture uses resources grown within the country to create delicious treats. ’57 hones in on Ghana’s Independence Day spirit and challenges the status quo that premium chocolate …

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  • Danso Kwabena

    Danso Kwabena

    Danso Kwabena is the CEO of Booomers International, a subsidiary social enterprise of The Yonso Project, which produces and markets bamboo bicycles and accessories to both the Ghanaian and international markets. The company manufactures different types of bamboo bicycles and their accessories – such as bicycle stands and baskets – to help improve transportation, youth employment, …

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