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Anas, Sarkodie, D Black & Yvonne Nelson named among Top 50 Young CEOs in Ghana

The YCEO in partnership with Avance Media has released its inaugural list of Top 50 Young CEOs in Ghana for 2018.

The list which is noted to become an annual event, will be used as a premium platform to celebrate outstanding young entrepreneurs providing solutions to some of our Ghana’s and the world’s pertinent problems and needs.

Martin Sedem Dogbey, founder of The YCEO describes the young entrepreneurs on the list as the future of Entrepreneurship not only in Ghana and Africa but across the world.

Most of the young entrepreneurs named in the list are noted for running multiple business, followed by entrepreneurs in Media, Technology and Finance.

Other categories include classified in the list include: Social Enterprise, Media, Entertainment, Fashion, Real Estate, Agribusiness and Manufacturing.

Though women represent only 22% of the total list, research lead, Prince Akpah noted, the list represents just a section of thousands of young entrepreneurs in Ghana who are all blazing trails in their individual entrepreneurial pursuit and contributing immensely to the economic development of Ghana.

Some notable names in the list include: Glitz Africa’s CEO, Claudia Lumor, Anas Aremeyaw Anas of Tiger Eye PI, Alex Adjei Bram of Hubtel, Ameyaw Debrah of Ameyaw Debrah Media, Yvonne Nelson, Sarkodie, D Black etc.

Below is the full list of the 2018 Top 50 Young CEOs in Ghana arranged in alphabetical order:

  1. Ababio Kwame || Green Afro Palms
  2. Abdul Salmu|| Afro Arab Group of Companies
  3. Abeiku Santana|| Kaya Tours
  4. Abena B. Brigidi|| Nimed Capital
  5. Aisha Ayensu|| Christie Brown
  6. Alex Adjei Bram|| Hubtel
  7. Alloysius Attah|| Farmerline
  8. Ameyaw Debrah|| AmeyawDebrah Media
  9. Anas Aremeyaw Anas|| Tiger Eye PI
  10. Andrew Takyi-Appiah|| Zeepay
  11. Ben Adu-Owusu|| Direct Savings & Loans Limited
  12. Bernard Osei-Tutu|| Dusk Capital
  13. Beryl Agyekum|| EchoHouse Ghana
  14. Bright Simons|| mPedigree
  15. Claudia Lumor|| Glitz Africa
  16. David Asare Asiamah|| Agro Mindset Group
  17. Deloris Frimpong Manso|| Maxgringo Productions
  18. Derrydean Dadzie|| DreamOval
  19. Desmond Kwesi Blackmore (DBlack)|| Black Avenue Music
  20. Edem Bart Williams|| Commerz Savings & Loan
  21. Ekow Mensah|| TANOE
  22. Emmanuel Leslie Addae|| African Internship Academy
  23. Godwin Martey|| Websoft Solutions
  24. Jesse Ghansah|| OMG Digital
  25. John Armah|| Orios Group
  26. Kelvin Nyame|| meQasa
  27. Kofi Amoa-Abban|| Rigworld
  28. Kwabena Danso|| Booomers
  29. Mabel Simpson|| mSimps
  30. Michael Owusu Addo (Sarkodie)|| SarkCess Music
  31. Mike Nyinaku|| The BEIGE Group
  32. Nana Akua Birmeh|| Arch Xenus
  33. Nana Appiah Mensah|| Zylofon Media &Menz Gold
  34. Nana Bediako Kwame|| Wonda World Estates
  35. Nii Kotei Dzani|| Groupe Ideal
  36. Randy Osae Bediako|| Kharis Group
  37. Regina Honu|| Soronko Solutions
  38. Richard Abbey Jnr|| Xodus Communications
  39. Richard Dugan|| McOttley Holdings
  40. Richard Nunekpeku|| Anyako Farms Limited
  41. Roberta Annan|| Roberta Annan Consulting
  42. Russell Eni|| Insel Communications
  43. Sadiq Abdulai Abu|| Muse Africa
  44. Sandra Appiah|| Face2Face Africa
  45. Sangu Delle|| Golden Palm Investments Corporation
  46. Selorm Alfred Betepe Selo Art
  47. Siita S Hissan|| North Television
  48. Tonyi Senayah|| Horseman Shoes
  49. William Edem Senyo|| Impact Hub Accra
  50. Yvonne Nelson|| YN Productions

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I’m giving the music industry a glimpse of hope – Sena Huks

VERSATILE GHANAIAN artiste Sena Huks, who recently released his album ‘When is day’, has said that the Ghanaian music industry’s growth is choked with some varying factors and his presence will give hope to the industry.

According to Sena, who has over the years served music lovers with some great love tunes; RnB, Hi-life, Hip-Life, Hip-Hop, Afro-RnB, Dancehall and Pop among others, said, “Ghana’s music scene may look like one which is at its choked point with varying factors acting as a brake to the growth of the industry, but with a young talent such as Sena Huks, who is applying new skills to the old trade, we see a glimpse of hope.”

Sena’s first debut (14-track) mixtape, ‘Let It Go’, was released in 2014 and had three (3) singles; ‘Wonkoaa’, ‘Looongtin’ and ‘Go down’, which enjoyed massive air play on various electronic media platforms in Ghana.

The year 2016 saw the returning Sena Huks release ‘Marry Me’, which was followed with ‘Hold on a minute’ on the, ‘Nuff love riddim’, and then released two other singles in 2017 – ‘No More’ and ‘Send me your love’.

He plunged right back into the music space in 2018 with ‘I no dey get you’, which featured BBnZ star, Shaker, and later in that same year released ‘God do am’, which seeks to thank his Maker and has gained some attention since its release.

HE told us, lovers of his art were demanding more music from the prodigy as his music was gaining rapid acceptance.

“It’s about time the world gets a full body of work from me, so they can judge for themselves the talent they have been sleeping on – the Sena Huks you see today. It’s also an avenue to finally lay to rest the doubt about the musical genius which I’m. Get ready for an album instead. Music lovers should anticipate a new video in the coming weeks”

Sena promised his fans that the year 2019 is surely his year of outburst as the days of Sena Huks-less music chats will be a thing of the past.









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