Business Week Celebration 24: Cultivating An Entrepreneurial Spirit in Contemporary Business

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LUG Business Studies Department recently organized a dynamic Business Week event on campus, drawing attention to the central theme of fostering the entrepreneurial spirit in contemporary business. The event, which garnered widespread acclaim, featured insightful talks from industry leaders and entrepreneurs, including Gloria Baaba Ankrah, CEO of Goba Kente; Ronal Tagoe, CEO of Afro and Violet Amo Amoabeng, CEO of Skin Gourment Gh.

The Business Week event served as a platform for students, faculty, and industry professionals to engage in meaningful discussions, exchange ideas, and gain valuable insights into the evolving world of business and entrepreneurship.

Gloria Baaba Ankrah, renowned for her innovative approach to traditional Ghanaian textiles through Goba Kente, captivated the audience with her journey as a successful entrepreneur and the importance of cultural heritage in business innovation.

Ronal Tagoe, the visionary behind Afro, shared his experiences leveraging technology to drive social impact and empower communities, inspiring attendees with his commitment to sustainable entrepreneurship.

Violet Amo Amoabeng, CEO of Skin Gournment Gh, offered invaluable advice on navigating the beauty and skincare industry, emphasizing the significance of quality, authenticity, and customer-centricity in building a thriving business.

The event culminated in lively panel discussions, workshops, and networking sessions, providing attendees with practical tools, strategies, and connections to embark on their entrepreneurial endeavors.

At LUG we aim to inspire and equip the next generation of business leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in today’s competitive landscape.