CEO of Echo House Ghana Limited, Mrs. Beryl Agyekum Ayaaba has been awarded Young Achiever (Female) Award at the just ended 5th EMY Africa Awards.
The Award ceremony was aired virtually yesterday, with Nathaniel Attoh and Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku as host of the event.
Even though the Exclusive Men of the Year Awards is a prestigious awards ceremony for men, it has taken some considerations to honor prestigious Women in the society with Mrs. Beryl Agyekum Ayaaba included.
Since 2016, EMY Africa has celebrated the best in men’s achievements across local industry, community, culture and public service. Dozens of men from all ages and walks of life have been honoured for their abilities, initiatives and contributions to society.
Beryl Agyekum has a degree in civil engineering, but she channeled her passion to have a career as a creative marketer. During her years as a student of KNUST, Beryl’s passion for selling – and telling the unique stories often associated with brands – neatly came together. After seeing a gap for a single go-to offering for students to connect and collate their memories and experiences, she and some pals put their creative heads together… and Echo the magazine was born. Beryl has since helped grow and turn EchoHouse into a 360 creative marketing shop.
Past recipients of the EMY Africa Awards have been inspirational men with accomplished or budding careers who have made important contributions to life in our community – journalists, community leaders, social workers, humanitarians, health workers, businessmen – exemplary men in all sectors. We have recognized men like John Agyekum Kuffour, Sir Sam Jonah, Professor Joseph H.K. Nketia, Azumah Nelson and Adebola Williams, to name a few.
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