Ghana Global Students Entrepreneur Awardee, Cecil Nutakor & Barcamp Takoradi

A friend posted as @Barcamp Takoradi's Facebook status update: "#Takoradi Born; Cecil Nutakor is the Winner of the Global Students Entrepreneur Awards 2010. We want him at BarCamp Takoradi. #BCTdi" Congrats to Cecil.

Here is the story from the GSEA website
Winner Announced! The GSEA has confirmed student entrepreneur Cecil S. Nutakor of Ghana, student at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Greenhill College, and owner of Equinox Intercom Limitied, to compete at the 2010 GSEA Global Finals in Kansas City, MO, USA. Equinox Intercom Limited is an electronic learning and electronic business application service provider with the aim of developing and providing products and services to the next generation of mobile empowered students and entrepreneurs in Ghana and West Africa.

Check Cecil Senna Nutakor out on Facebook. On his Facebook profile, he lists himself as the Founder & CEO of Equinox Intercom Limited since August 2006 in Accra. He'd like to meet Young Entrepreneurs, Young Politicians, Business Leaders, Pan-Africans, Philanthropists. Where else to do so than a Barcamp in Ghana? Or even better, at home in Takoradi? :-)

Planning for Barcamp Takoradi is on. It is being scheduled for late November at the Takoradi polytechnic. Follow it on Twitter @barcamptakoradi or on the Facebook page. The website will be coming soon. The working theme for the Barcamp is "Leading & Entreprising in an Oil & Technology Fuelled Economy". After the success of Barcamp Kumasi and Barcamp Accra, we are all excited for Barcamp Takoradi.

We hope to attract as many stakeholders in Takoradi to this event, especially the youth and entrepreneurs in general. And youth like Cecil Nutakor who are blazing trails for their colleagues to follow. VIM! Tsooboi! It's time to move.


Sonica said…
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MIghTy African said…
Thanks @Sonica.

Hope I can blog more often

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