Female Entrepreneurs Leading the Way in Ghana
African Women on the Rise
Over the past two decades, governments have made a concerted effort to improve and enhance education among the female population of Ghana. Their objective is to encourage and increase their participation in economic growth. Today, women are building brands at an extraordinary rate in Ghana’s capital Accra and beyond.
In Ghana, women make up approximately 51% of the overall population and their role in socio-economic development is fundamental. According to the Mastercard index of female entrepreneurship, Ghana leads with about 46% of female-owned businesses. In this article, we will be highlighting some of the most exciting female-led businesses in Ghana in 2020.
Key Compliance Consultancy
Key Compliance Consultancy
Key Compliance Consultancy is female-led company founded in 2018 by Nana Yaa Prah and Stella Akua Prah. Their aim is to facilitate the business registration process, aiding in acquiring licenses, compliance reports and permits. They are essentially a one stop shop for business registration in Ghana.
Business compliance services are essential in Ghana currently, as Ghana recently opened their doors to those in the diaspora to come home and facilitate the development and regeneration process that is currently taking place in Ghana. Setting up a business in Ghana legally can be daunting, especially for newcomers who have no experience handling legal and business matters in Ghana. Key Compliance Consultancy can ease the process making the experience of setting up a business in Ghana simple and hassle free.
Their mission at Key Compliance Consultancy is to promote a sustainable business culture among SME’s in Ghana.
Monaa is a luxury footwear brand founded in 2013 by sisters Nana and Afua Dabanka. The footwear is handcrafted and inspired by Ashanti heritage. All production takes place in Ghana and their products are available globally. The creative duo have big plans for the luxury footwear line as they plan to expand to Ethiopia and beyond.
Sunita Kragbe is the brains behind Basecamp Initiative, a vibrant co-working space in the heart of Accra. Sunita founded Basecamp Intiative to provide a safe, creative space for freelancers, entrfeprenerurs and visionaries to work together under one roof. A green, eco-friendly, minimal space with an African vibe, Sunita is truly a pioneer when it comes to building communities and changing the face of Ghana and Africa as a whole.
Pink Intrigue is a high-vibe content creation company with a mission to create purposeful content that speaks. The company was founded by Abena Damoah in 2007, she launched a Ghanaian branch of the business in 2016 in Accra where her aim was to provide job opportunities to young women. She founded the Big Chance initiative by Pink Intrigue in 2017 and so far, more than 100 girls have signed up to the program.
The company also offers a unique content subscription service which allows companies to work with professional content creators to build brand visibility at a low monthly cost.
Female Entrepreneurs are changing the face of Africa, as they build purposeful, customer-focused businesses to rival brands and companies globally.