Hannah Akomea has won an award at the just ended Christian Women Entrepreneurs Network of Africa [CWENA] in South Africa.
She was 2nd out of 13 competitors from 4 different countries (10 from South Africa, 1 from Zimbabwe, 1 from Malawi and Hannah from Ghana) in the most innovative entrepreneur of the year category.
Hannah’s initiative which was birthed in 2018 started off with using car tyres to build a table with red and white cloth exterior to give it an exquisite look.
The inventor, Ms Hannah Hema Akomeah is a Senior High School dropout who hails from Kwahu Atibie in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Hanny’s Prime Ventures takes special pride in her skills of providing long-lasting and beautiful car tyre furniture of all types for offices, hotels, pub, restaurant, apartment, night clubs and other places that require furniture to beautify the space.
CWENA is an organisation for women by women. The heart of this ministry is to serve the women of Africa by encouraging, equipping and facilitating the realization of their entrepreneurial dreams and goals.
“We are aware of the many challenges that African women face in life but we believe in the power of networks. We believe that when women flourish, their communities will flourish too. Women are primary caregivers and we believe that by caring for them, one is caring for society as well.”
CWENA commits itself to the economic empowerment of women in Africa.
Over the past seven years CWENA has impacted thousands of Women entrepreneurs with skills training on business startups, maintaining and growing them and we aim to reach more.
CWENA honor and celebrate the efforts and resilience of women through awards winning and gifts.