Seun Oboite represents an emerging crop of young Black entrepreneurs that are combining talent, education and a fearlessness about entering the business world.
In her early 20s, Louise Broni-Mensah became the first Black female entrepreneur to secure capital from a seed fund provider in Silicon Valley to grow her fledgling business Shoobs (pronounced Shubz).
The guy Ghanaians reportedly called the bamboo man came to London in June to promote his handmade bamboo bikes to the UK market. Kwabena Danso is the founder and ceo of Booomers – a range of bikes made in Ghana and designed to provide the healthier ones among us with a novel way of getting around. Continue reading “Bamboo bike maker explores UK market”
Meet the young entrepreneur who looks set to make the phrase ‘Lost in Translation’ obsolete with the launch of his latest wireless technology. Continue reading “Breaking barriers in communication”
Ray Styles – Pushing boundaries in art
Emmanuel Apraku is proving that Ghanaian artists don’t have to leave their country of birth to have their talents recognised at home and abroad. Continue reading “People”