4 Ghanaians Named Among 25 Leading Black British Business People

Izzy Obeng. Photo credit:IZZY OBENG

Young people in entrepreneurship has been celebrated as an amazing thing.

When those young people are Ghanaians making strides in the field of business in Britain, that is pretty awesome.

Financial platform Forbes, listed 25 black British entrepreneurs

Among them are 4 British nationals with Ghanaian roots.

Andy Ayim 



Bio: Ayim is the founder of The Angel Investing School and consults organisations on how to build Product teams that work. He was the Managing Director of Backstage Capital, and has worked in a range of product roles in companies such as Investec Bank and WorldFirst.

Dennis Owusu-Sem



Bio: Owusu-Sem is an Oversight Relationship Manager at Bank of Montreal Global Asset Management. He is also the founder of Success Talks which profiles some of the leading BAME individuals throughout the world and he also sits on the NatWest Advisory board for diversity where he helps the firm achieve their diversity targets.

Izzy Obeng



Izzy Obeng. Photo credit:IZZY OBENG

Bio: Obeng is the founder of Foundervine, an award-winning social enterprise specialising in digital start-up and scale-up acceleration programs. Since launching in 2018, Foundervine has helped over 2,000 diverse, future leaders create, test and sustain enterprises.

William Adoasi



William Adoasi, Founder of Vitae. Photo credit: WILLIAM ADOASI

Bio: Adoasi is the founder of Vitae London. Vitae translates to life and each Watch sold supports a child’s life by providing key resources for education. Their Watches are owned by the likes of Richard Branson, Ava DuVernay & the President of Ghana.

Congrats to these amazing Ghanaians.

Source: Kuulpeeps.com||Forbes

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