Dua-Pa, a non-revenue social business, has introduced the ‘Yaa Asantewaa – Warriors Acquire Together’ job to empower girls in smaller medium enterprises (SMEs).
The venture, also known as Project 841, is an initiative that seeks to address the difficulties of communication with their customers and the sustainability of SMEs beyond the coronavirus pandemic by a multi-stakeholder platform.
The launch of the ‘Yaa Asantewaa – Warriors Win Together’ challenge observed nine female entrepreneurs collaborate to showcase their will work through a photoshoot.
The participants of the task benefited from a 5-working day networking and social promoting study course, the second of its sort initiated by Dua-Pa.
The individuals are however however to acquire resources on funding from regional stakeholders and mentoring and coaching with the associates, A single2A single Mentoring, a different United kingdom dependent charity.
The founder of Dua-Pa, Effie Grant commenting on the challenge said: “This innovation, having said that, drastically incremental and mundane, hinges on an accumulation of pocket-sized insights and breakthroughs which usually entail thoughts that are not even new. They are strategies that have been about but have by no means been vigorously pursued.”
She went on to say: “If we can foresee equally overseas and domestic wants, we are opportune to that aggressive advantage but even far more shrewd in the era of setting up powerful black-owned economies, if we can reply to any worries or situation that are exclusive to our property marketplaces then we can obstruct any intercontinental aggressive triumphs, so that produced in Ghana retains winning.”