Daniel KojoSoboh, the organizer of the annual Exclusive Men of the Year Awards, who is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Carbon AV Limited,has been named among the 2022 list of Top 50 Young CEOs in Ghana.
Mr. Kojo Soboh over the years has proven to be one of Ghana’s finest hardworking men known for his extravagance in organising the Exclusive Men of the Year Awards.
He began his career in the event industry as a musician. After a few interesting years of doing music as part of a boy band, he joined Imajin Advertising as the Head of Events and Promotions.
He has managed showbiz events such as the Legends and Legacy (LAL) Ball, Ghana Stands in Worship Concert, and the Stand Up GH Concert, among others.
The list which features 50 of Ghana’s most successful young business leaders across finance, technology, entertainment, agribusiness, fashion, social enterprise and media was compiled by Avance Media (PR & Rating Agency).
The list, which represents young business leaders who have created exceptional businesses and serve as a great inspiration to other young entrepreneurs across Ghana and Africa, is an annual ranking which celebrates and acknowledges young Ghanaian CEOs excelling in various sectors of the economy.
Some of the personalities who made the list include Abdul Hayye Yartey – Cheetah FC, Adeline Quarshie – Credence Micro Credit, AlloysiusAttah – Farmerline, Anthony Dzamefe – Caveman Watches, BoatemaaBarfour-Awuah – Star Assurance Company Limited, Bright Yaw Hodzor – Kaprisky Creations GH, Charles AntwiBoahen – Kab-Fam Ghana and Charles Quao – Quao Realty among others.
With the inaugural list announced, the ranking throws the spotlight on hardworking Ghanaianentrepreneurs leading various organisations in the country and across the continent.
Speaking about the list, Prince Akpah,Managing Director of Avance Media said the 50 CEOs shortlisted are Ghanaian extraordinary business moguls who are leading the charge to transform our continent and deserve the spotlight more than anyone, and are a powerful force for change.
Mr. Akpah also commended the women who cut the ranking and ran successful businesses in the country. According to him, these outstanding women continue to demonstrate great leadership as heads of various organisations and companies across the continent.
BY George Clifford Owusu & Prince FiifiYorke