BUSINESS & ENTERPRISE:
Sustainable Business Award won by: Agro Mindset Organization.
The founder, David Asiamah had a dream about agriculture and the issue of agriculture with Ghanaians not being into the field as much, and that brought about the organisation.
Changing the face and perception of agriculture in Ghana by creating projects, equipping and also improving the skills of those wanting to get into agriculture.
The telecommunications company Vodafone won in the category of Corporate Business Of the Year.
RLG Development Award won by Edward Amartey Tagoe for his work in the IT field, and his software company Nandimobile founded in 2010, it creates innovative apps that focuses on improving the communication between organisations and their consumers.
Small emerging business award won by Sheabutter Cottage
Young entrepreneur award won by Edwin Kwaku Broni-Mensah.
Edwin Kwaku Broni-Mensah won for his work in “GiveMeTap ”, an entreprise he founded in 2010 while completing his PhD, it focuses on making available clean water to people in Africa and the world who have no access to it.
Efie Ne fie award won By Debra-Jane Nelson, the founder of Think| Mahogany,an event company that also focuses on communication, production and photography.
ENTERTAINMENT & ARTS:
Music Artist of the Year award won by Fuse ODG.
African Fashion Designer of the Year: Duaba Serwa
Young and Talented Award: won by Lewis Appiagyei, aspiring Formula 1 ‘champion’, we can call him ‘the next’ Lewis Hamilton
Rising star award: Rebecca Amissah
Charity of the Year award: Lively minds, a charity that focuses on helping deprived children in rural areas in Ghana and in Eastern Uganda.
Ghanaian association of the Year: won by Merceyside Assiociations of Ghanaians.
SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS:
GUBA Exceptional achievement: Herman Chinery-Hesse
GUBA Outstanding Achievement: Prince Kofi Amoabeng
GUBA Community Champion: Archbishop Kwaku Manson
GUBA Enterprise Mogul: Kanya King MBE
Student Achiever Award won by Jason Ochere, who graduated with 2.1 honours in Philsophy, Politics and Economics at the university of Manchester university.
Congratulations to all the winners and persons nominated!
GUBA (Ghana UK Based Achievement awards) is a non-profit Business & Innovation Awards instituted to celebrate, acknowledge, and support Ghanaian based businesses and individuals in the UK. This is an opportunity for these businesses to come together for one night in order to reflect on their achievements and receive a recognition and reward.
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