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Stratcomm Africa CEO, Esther Cobbah launches book ‘Dare to be’

Stratcomm Africa, on Sunday, 19th June 2022, hosted the launch of a book – Dare to Be -by Esther Amba Numaba Cobbah, which celebrates six amazing young Ghanaian female entrepreneurs. The book was launched by Maidie Arkutu, former Vice President/ Chairman & Managing Director, Unilever Francophone Africa, and Mawuena Trebarh, former Chief Executive of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre.  The event took place at Sealine View, McCarthy Hill, Accra.

‘Dare To Be’ takes the reader on a journey through the outstanding entrepreneurial realities of the six women;

  • Kafui Danku (Filmmaker/Actress)
  • Freda Obeng-Ampofo (Kaeme)
  • Emi-Beth Quantson (Kawa Moka Coffee)
  • Nyame-Nhyiraba Awura Abena Agyeman (Wear Ghana Ltd)
  • Aisha Ayensu (Christie Brown)
  • MzVee (Singer, Afropop. Dancehall and R&B artiste)

Author of Dare to Be, Ms Cobbah, highlighted the authenticity of each of the women in pursuing their dreams, challenges encountered, how they persevered and developed their skills and their faith which kept them going. She also emphasized the hard work involved for each of them and the struggles they had to go through. She hoped that they would be examples to other young women, as well as men, to use resources around them to initiate and sustain enterprises.

Mrs. Sharon Anim, Manager, Communications, at Stratcomm Africa says, “As an organization birthed by a woman, Stratcomm Africa, is committed to employing its communication capabilities to tell these stories of the unrelenting pursuit of excellence, hard work, resilience and perseverance in developing and sustaining entrepreneurial dreams.”  Mrs. Anim added that Stratcomm Africa is confident that, “the sharing of such stories can help transform Ghana into a dynamic, economically vibrant country as more of the youth actively seek to put the resources around them into thriving enterprises that create much needed jobs and enhance livelihoods in the society.”

“Dare To Be’ will be out in book stores soon. Limited copies are available at Handkrafted at Asylum Down (in the Stratcomm Africa office building, Vana Place), Accra.

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