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EON’S AHEAD OF THE PACK

“My recurring thought is that Ghana’s private sector is slowly making a transition from an older generation to the next, and Ghanaian-owned companies like FON Group are falling into hands as steady as Emmanuel’s. This country will do just fine.”

UNEARTHING A GEM – The Jessica Poku Story

Part mantra and part warning, this quote from Lauryn Hill has illuminated Jessica Poku’s path to becoming the first female Country Manager for Uber Ghana. When we met for our interview in a sparsely lit, not-so-quiet lounge in East Airport...

EMY Recommends

So many African, particularly Ghanaian fashion and self-care brands, are churning out world-class products. You should give some a try. Don’t worry if you don’t know where to look. EMY’s got you covered.

READY, SET, VOTE!

The nominees of the competitive categories for the 6th EMY Africa Awards 2021 were announced at the official launch event on 31st July. Vote for your favourites!

Millennial Conversations: Retirement

For most of us, planning for our retirement is important but not urgent. However, it’s much closer than we think, and we need to start taking it seriously.

Treat Her Right Campaign

In celebration of Mother’s Day, EMY Africa Awards presents the “Treat Her Right” campaign in partnership with UNFPA and Lucozade. The “Treat Her Right” project is a gender intervention initiative by EMY Africa Awards...

Afrochella: Beyond the Return

Three men – Kenny Agyapong, Abdul Karim Abdullah and Edward Adjaye – came together to form, what has become a worldwide cultural sensation in less than three years.

Cutting It Close

Though still at a developmental stage, the Ghanaian fashion industry has become a great landmark for global media, key fashion players and buyers, and at the fulcrum of it all are brands like Brommon and Chocolate...