Ekow Mensah to Speak at 2017 Africa Dialogues Conference

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Chairman of Ekow Mensah Investments and CEO of The African Network of Entrepreneurs (TANOE), Ekow Mensah has been announced among 18 speakers to speak at the maiden edition of the Africa Dialogues Conference scheduled for Saturday June 3, 2017, at the International Conference Center, Accra from 9am to 3pm.

Ekow Mensah who is expected to share a talk on his Success Formula and its Effective Application to the Pursuit of Dreams, will focus on excerpts from his research for the past 10 years on what makes people successful especially in entrepreneurship, business, relationships and in life in general.

The conference which is themed, “Dreams We Dare Not,” is expected to feature other powerful and change-making African speakers drawn from diverse backgrounds including: Mo Issa, Constance Swaniker, Emmanuel Awumee, Dr. Paul Djane-Aidoo, Aisha Addo, Dziffa Akua Ametam, Sarkodie, Philip Oti Mensah, Kwame A.A Opoku and many more.

Being a mathematician, Ekow has put his entire research into a simple mathematical formula which he calls the Ekow Mensah’s Success Formula which when applied effectively will make anyone successful in the pursuit of their dreams, the building of their businesses or careers, the growth of their relationships and the attainment of a successful life.

Ekow Mensah, who was named among the 2015 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians and 2016 60 Young Leaders in Ghana by CocaCola, is a serial entrepreneur who has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Startup & SME markets, both as a practitioner and a multiple business owner. He also manages, the HelpStation; an SME support initiative by Premium Bank in partnership with TANOE.

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