The Centre for Business Development in partnership with HFC Bank, has been doing a series of entrepreneurship clinics by established entrepreneurs for students of the university. Eyram Tawia, is a speaker at a session of the clinic occurring today, March 7, 2014. Here are the program details:
Topic: The secrets of success in business: Lessons for aspiring businessmen
Venue: New Lecture Theater (Behind CCB)
Date: 7th Mar, 2014
The session includes two other speakers, David Kelvin Amoo-Osae Jnr and Alloysius Attah. Here are brief profiles of all three (3) speakers.
David Kelvin Amoo-Osae Jnr the CEIBS Africa Alumnus of the year 2011 and a renowned Marketing Communications expert whose career spanned across Origin8 Saatchi & Saatchi and Unicorn Group. He is currently the CEO of a Movie Theatre/Cinema Company called the Movie House Plaza with Branches in Dansoman, Kokomlemle, Achimota, Tema, Takoradi, Kumasi, Koforidua and Ho.
Alloysius Attah co-founded Farmerline, a mobile venture in Ghana and Zimbabwe offering improved information access and communication pathways for smallholder farmers and agricultural stakeholders. He is TEDxAccra speaker and has been named by the World Bank and InfoDev as one of the top 20 high impact entrepreneurs in the world at the 5th Global Forum 2013.
Eyram Tawia is the CEO and Co-Founder of Leti Arts (formerly Leti Games) which makes African themed mobile games and comics. Eyram has won many awards including the British Council Young Creative Entrepreneur (2012), Google Ghana Innovation Hero in 2013 and the 2013 Ghana top app awards – Best Entertainment App and App Developer of the year. Eyram and his Co-Founder, Wesley Kirinya, were the first African speakers at the global Game Developers Conference in 2013, where they spoke on the theme “The Emerging Landscape of African Game Development“.
We are looking forward to a fun and entertaining session from Eyram as he speaks on the lessons he has learned in building a world class, game development company from Africa.