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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...

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...

Pleased To Meet You

Networking is the key to opening doors and helping you become the best version of yourself. Unfortunately, it has a bad rap.

The Woman Not Playing The Woman Card

For Juliet Bawuah, putting in the work and making sacrifices to improve one day at a time is all that matters. For this game changer, playing the Woman Card is a non-starter.

Making a Difference, Inspiring Hope

“Boxing wasn’t just something I did for a living. I loved it!”

Generation Now Issue Out Now

I have always been a bannerman for youth empowerment. For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted young people to put on for another – to form connections that would help them reach their goals.

Back to the Future - Cover Photo by Nathaniel Abadji

Back to the Future

It’s time for government policy to cater to the youth, as much it does for large, mostly foreign-owned corporations.