The Entrepreneurs Solutions Summit celebrates the hopes and ambitions of entrepreneurs that strive in the challenging market to win. The summit organized annually by African Bagg Recruitment, brings together like-minded entrepreneurs and influential leaders to share ideas, inspiration, insights and gain actionable strategies and innovative solutions to grow businesses.
The 2016 summit, chaired by Hon. Hackman Owusu-Agyemang(Agric. Economist & Politician. The board chair of CocoBod, 2017 – 2021) has been supported by past speakers Chris Kirubi(a Kenyan businessman, entrepreneur, industrialist and philanthropist), Dr. Myma Belo-Osagie(a founding partner of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie, Nigeria), Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta (a Ghanaian economist, an investment banker and co-founder of Databank. He currently serves as the Minister of Finance) Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom(a business consultant and politician. He is the Chairman and founder of Groupe Nduom, Ghana) Ian Lee (Businessman, Singapore)Alex Adjei Bram(Co-founder HUBTEL) amongst others.
As the world is changing with companies having to contend with rapid change and uncertainty, business resilience is extremely important to any business because without it, few businesses are likely to be able to recover from unexpected disruptions or adapt fast enough to sudden changes as this pandemic has caused.
THE 2022 CONFERENCE
The 3rd Annual Entrepreneurs Solutions Summit will focus on how small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can survive an economic downturn. SMEs are the pivot of our economic growth and therefore this full-day event brings together entrepreneurs, international and local companies to share best practices and solutions to strengthen businesses in Ghana and beyond.
THE 2016 CONFERENCE
The 2nd Entrepreneurs Solutions Summit in 2016 was sponsored by: Stanbic Bank, Groupe Ndoum, Star Assurance, Glico, IVET, B&FT, Topp Security, SMSgh, Unilever, AGI, JOYFM, Kenya Airways, Somotex, JMPL Car Rentals, Nestle, Ghanaye Premier and Wanjo foods. We are grateful to our sponsors for making this a success.
Chris Kirubi – Chairman of Haco Industries, Director at Centum Investment Limited (Kenya)
Tony Oteng-Gyasi – Managing Director, Tropical Cables (Ghana)
Nana Akua Birmeh – CEO of Arch-Xenus (Ghana)
The Late Chris Kirubi was one of Kenya’s wealthiest businessmen philanthropist. He was a Director at Centum Investment Company Limited, a business conglomerate, in which he was the largest individual shareholder; a 49% stake in Haco Tiger Brands, which manufactures food and beauty products, the DHL franchise in Kenya and extensive commercial and residential real estate in Nairobi.
Myma Belo-Osagie is the Managing Partner for Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie Barristers and Solicitors. She also heads its Telecommunications and Oil & Gas teams. Myma is ranked as a “leading lawyer” for her corporate, mergers and acquisitions (Chambers Global Guide), project finance (IFLR 1000 and Who’s Who Legal), finance and telecommunications (Legal 500) work.
She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Foundation, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.
Nana Akua Birmeh founded Archxenus one of the leading architectural firms based in Accra. As the founder of this first female dominated Architectural firm in Ghana, what distinguishes her from others in her field is that she treats Architecture as a form of Art and Science from which everyday life is presented, actively shaping minds and mentalities. No challenge was too great for Nana Akua to take on, in her 9 years’ experience in the Architecture field where her prior years was with Furler, she served as an Associate for a year and 3years of freelancing with which she designed Imperial Court, Imperial lodge and several alluring unique buildings to which ARCHXENUS was born. Her firm’s mission is to become a leading Architectural firm to present our country and to some extent our continent to the world in a positive and formidable light.
Tony Oteng-Gyasi is the President of Association of Ghana Industries, and Managing Director and Chairman of Tropical Cable and Conductor Ltd, the largest manufacturer of crates and pallets in Ghana. The modern factory is the only wholly Ghanaian owned Cable Manufacturing Company in Ghana. The Company manufactures electric and telecommunications cables and is the first cable manufacturer in Ghana with ISO 9001 Certification. In 2007 he again set up the only continuous casting and rolling factory for the production of EC Grade Aluminum Rod in West Africa. The company, Western Rod & Wire Ltd. has become a source of raw material for aluminum conductor manufacturers in the region.
THE 2015 CONFERENCE
The Panel topics focused on:
Financing, exchange rate and cost containment
Marketing and promotion
Motivation, productivity and employee management
Building business alliances
Complying with business and regulatory requirements
Creativity and innovation.
Mr. Prince Kofi Amoabeng
Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta
Nana Hemaa Yaa Asaa Safoa II
Dr. Paa Kwesi Ndum
Mr. Hackman Owusu-Agyemang (Chairman
Albert Osei (Koko King)
Alex Adjei Bram (SMS GH) now Hubtle
Kofi Agyei (Bullion Financial Services)
For every problem, there is a solution. You may have not discovered it yet but someone has. The Entrepreneurs Solution Summit aims to do just that - connecting like-minded business men/women in finding practical solutions to business problems.