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WomanRising Announces 2017 Top 60 Women Corporate Leaders in Ghana List

The African Network of Entrepreneurs (TANOE), through its flagship network, WomanRising has announced its 2017 WomanRising Top 60 Women Corporate Leaders in Ghana list. The list which features women heading various outstanding organisations in the country was compiled by TANOE Research and follows TANOE’s previous publication on the WomanRising Top 50 Corporate Women Leaders in Ghana in 2016, which received tremendous public recommendation globally. (www.womanrising.org/top50). In a statement by Ekow Mensah, CEO of…

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Roseline Delali: Meet the lady who started a business with just GH¢20

Yes, you heard it right. It was just GH¢20, not GH¢200. Roseline Delali Ashigbui, the CEO of Delchris Ventures, is a young entrepreneur who saw an opportunity in a business that can largely be found in almost every street of the country but has been overlooked by all. That business is ‘daakua’—a local snack prepared with maize or rice. Background Roseline was born in Hohoe, Volta Region, to Mr. John…

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Doreen Aidoo-Bervell (Mrs) – WomanRising Discovery of the Week

Renny’s Glitters is a Ghanaian source for all kinds of African Classy, trendy, quality and unique beads. We also design Hats and Fascinators for all occasions. Renny’s Glitters came into existence on 1st December 2013 by Doreen Aidoo-Bervell (Mrs) at Adenta, Accra-Ghana. The desire to satisfy our customers is our major priority so we design to suit your specification. As a young graduate of African University College of Communications her…

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Anita Yaa Boakye – WomanRising Discovery of the Week

Anita Yaa Boakye is the Creative Director at Ann Millinery, a wholly Ghanaian owned start up that crowns fashionable women with exquisite hats and fascinators to complete their wardrobe for that special occasion. She is a trained Human Resource Professional (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and a Journalist (African Institute of Journalism and Communications (AIJC)) now African University College of Communication (AUCC). She left her position with…