Citi FM’s award-winning technology radio show, Citi Trends will be celebrating 15 of Ghana’s most impactful technology entrepreneurs in the month of November.
The month of November has been dubbed the Techpreneurs Month.
From November 5, a selected number of personalities within the technology space in specific areas such as e-commerce, fintech, edutech, healthtech, digital publishing, among others will be featured on the show.
Currently, in its second year, the Techpreneurs Month initiative is to drive awareness for Ghanaian technology business driving innovation and changing lives within the global economy.
“At the heart of #CitiTrends is the desire to push the boundaries of technology literacy and education for the Ghanaian audience and Techpreneurs Month aligns with that vision. The month is also an opportunity to highlight the work of women within the space to encourage greater participation and interaction”, noted host of #CitiTrends, Philip Ashon.
“We want to highlight the local tech brands and personalities who are breaking bounds and setting the pace for the next generation to take advantage of.”
The show, sponsored by First National Bank, airs at 7:00 pm every Tuesday on 97.3 Citi FM.
The list for this year’s edition is as follows:
Week one, November 5, 2019
Akua Nyame-Mensah, Executive coach and strategic advisor
Cecil Nutakor, eCampus
Clement Osei Tutu, Axe Technologies Inc
Meghan McCormick, OZÉ
Week two, November 12, 2019
Yao Baku, Pennysmart
Rebecca Gagblezu, FindRapidly
Winifred Kotin, Superfluid Labs Ghana
Joseph-Albert Kuuire, TechNova GH
Week three, November 19, 2019
Monique Baars – Fineazy
Shika Nornoo – Shikakope
Nehemiah Attigah – Code factory
Curtis Vanderpuije – expressPay
Week four, November 26, 2019
Andrew Akoto, Growth Mosaic
Henry Cobblah – Ahwenepa LLC
Lady Omega Hammond – Ampersand Technologies
Joseph Yaw Frimpong – ReaderApp Limited.