WomanRising; a flagship network of The African Network of Entrepreneurs (TANOE) focused on being a reliable resource to women in the pursuit of their dreams, businesses and careers and Nimed Capital; a wholly owned Ghanaian business with a drive to provide top-notched corporate finance and investment banking services to Africa and beyond led by the award winning Investment Queen Abena Brigidi have jointly opened Nominations for the 1st Cohort of 100 Emerging Women Millionaires in Ghana.
This is in line with the WomanRising 2030 Agenda aimed at raising 1000 Women Millionaires in Africa who will contribute immensely to the economic growth and emancipation of the continent. This will be done through the establishment and growth of businesses, creation of jobs, reduction of poverty, alleviation of gender inequality and increased participation of women in active politics with controlling seats at the table.
These 100 Emerging Women Millionaires in Ghana, aged between 21 to 45 will be provided with the needed support, information, capacity building and relevant resources to actualize their desire of becoming millionaires and financially independent through the growth of their businesses to attain the million cedi revenue mark or through investments worth over a million cedis over time.
In association with Ecobank Ghana, Nimed Capital and WomanRising will be officially launching the 100 Emerging Women Millionaires Program at the Emerging Women Millionaires Summit on the 19th of March at the Ecobank Headoffice with Keynote speakers Rita Tsegah, Regional Head, Corporate Communications & Marketing, Ecobank Ghana, Abena Brigidi, Founder & CEO of Nimed Capital, Afi Amoro, President & CEO of Jandel, Gwen G. Addo, Founder & CEO of Hair Senta and Veronica Owusu-Byczkowska, Founder & CEO, The Gold Mine Coaching from UK.
In a statement by the host of the Summit; Ekow Mensah; who is also the Founder of TANOE and head Cheerleader at WomanRising, he mentioned that this is indeed a dream come true for WomanRising as it is in fulfilment of it 5th goal of raising African Women Millionaires. He further stated that women make the most of resources available to them regardless of how scanty and he believes that when an intentional effort such as this is put into grooming women into millionaires, Ghana in particular and Africa as a whole will stand to benefit immensely. This, he added, is the empowerment of women we need.
Nominations have been opened and interested women with the desire for financial literacy and independence are encouraged apply here www.womanrising.org/100ewmg