When Emily Young completed her Mechanical Engineering studies at MIT in 2018, she already had a social entrepreneurship venture that she had co-founded which she sought to grow. The Okoa Project turns motorcycles into life-saving emergency healthcare devices.


What if every subject that required some level of hands-on practice came along with a kit of some sort — like we have mathematical sets for maths in basic and secondary schools? …


One would think that the coastal sounding name that Nii Quansah Annan bears is the reason for him ardently pursuing the possible exploitation of the coconut tree, a tree that grows where all Niis, Qaunsahs and Annans hail from. But that is far from the case. Nii grew up dreaming…


Courage Asaase was a Land Economy student at KNUST when he realised that beyond Real Estate, he had a strong passion for technology. His passion for technology got him surrounding himself with other technology enthusiasts till he eventually found for himself a niche in managing technology programs and events at…


Freda Sarfo

Freda Sarfo’s day job is with Amazon in Arizona as a Data Analyst. …


Ezekiel Ababio completed his undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering from KNUST in 2014. In 2019, he completed a master’s degree program in the same field of study at Lawrence Technological University and started practising as a Civil Engineer in the state of Michigan.

The two sentences in the paragraph above…


Without children, there is no future — we all know that. However, it is one thing to know children are the future, and it is another to ensure that today’s children are adequately prepared to be tomorrow's leaders.

Triumph Tetteh (founder of StartersTech) is committed to the later. With a…


Let’s make shoes in Ghana and sell them to the world. That was the vision embossed on Daniel Odonkor’s mind when he officially launched his shoe manufacturing company (Chaste Shoes) in 2014.

Daniel knows the essence of strategy in business and knows that a graduate class in an internationally recognized…


Jesse Joojo Johnson is Chief Product Officer at Asoriba (the 2016 Seedstar Africa’s Best Startup winner). As a co-founder of this church management technology startup, Jesse definitely qualifies to be called an entrepreneur. …

Selorm Tamakloe

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