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The e-commerce industry has had its successes and challenges yet the industry continues to thrive because of the many benefits it delivers to users. 

Today, almost everything can be purchased online, from electronics to groceries, and all these things can be accessed with just a click away on Shopnaw. 

Shopnaw, the biggest online shopping market about surfacing offers products categories ranging from groceries, restaurants, local markets, made in Ghana products, pharmacy, fashion to health and safety.

Speaking on Shopnaw ahead of the grand launch, the founder and CEO, Mr Benjamin Osei Asante, said that the portal provides tailor-made technology platform and marketing opportunities to support sellers, buyers and delivery partners.

He added that the future of commerce in Africa is e-commerce, and that future begins now. He explained that online shopping had gained a massive force in Ghana over the last decade, as the use of social media has been. This means a great deal to Shopnaw. Mr Asante, again, remarked that Ghana is in its opportune time to experience e-commerce.

He further stressed that Shopnaw customers comprise both buyers and sellers on the platform, and enables them to interact with each other on our portal.

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Richard Nii Armah Quaye wins 40 under 40 investment category award 

The Founder and CEO of Quick Angels Limited, Mr Richard Nii Armah Quaye has been crowned the winner of the investment category at this year’s 40 under 40 awards.The award held at the Kempinski Gold coast here in Accra under the auspices of XODUS Communications was aimed at identifying and honoring a cross-section of Ghana’s influential and accomplished young business fellows under the age of 40 who are making massive impact in the industry they operate.

‘’Speaking on his award, Richard Nii Armah noted that “I feel very elated cherished and honored at the same time, humbled this evening. It has been a long journey and this is is just the starting point of recognition.’’ ‘’I will like to thank everybody who made this possible especially the Hundreds of staffs out der who have been walking this journey with me for over a decade now. I take this award on our behalf.’’


‘Ghanaian Entrepreneurs Ready for Equity Financing’ 

The Brands Communication and Business Development Manager for Quick Angels Limited, Veronica Ofosuhemaa Owusu-Ansah, has disclosed that Ghanaian entrepreneurs are more than ready for equity financing.She made this known during her last tour session with some entrepreneurs at Hopin Academy, Tamale to climax Quick Angels’ regional tour for the year. Speaking on equity financing for entrepreneurs, Veronica said that ‘’I have been on the road for the past 5 months interacting with entrepreneurs on how best to fund their projects and ideas with equity funding across the country.”

She added that “having related with them from all angles considering different background and business focus, I can say authoritatively that Ghana has great intellectuals with great entrepreneurial mindset.” According to her “once they are identified, properly nurtured and explored, we will be a country with great people to transform the economy.”



Be financially disciplined to succeed as an entrepreneur –CEO,QUICK ANGELS 

Richard Nii Armah Quaye, CEO of Quick Angels Limited has said that for any entrepreneur to succeed, the fundamental foundation is discipline. He disclosed this at the 3rd edition of the GIPC's Entrepreneurs Forum.Speaking at the event under the theme Grow, Accelerate, Lead, Mr. Quaye said entrepreneurs only succeed when they do proper management of their finances.

‘’Most entrepreneurs are not succeeding because of lack of funding rather financial indiscipline. The misappropriation of funds by some entrepreneurs is a major reason  they do not survive, he opined. He added that an entrepreneur can have all the brilliant ideas, the skills, the funds and expertise or expert advice, however if he/she is not disciplined financially he/she will end up nowhere.’’

Speaking on the GIPC partnership, Mr. Quaye noted that GIPC‘s role or focus on nurturing and mentoring entrepreneurs is a laudable initiative. He added that it’s in line  with Quick Angels vision  of supporting potential and existing entrepreneurs as well as businesses that want to expand with equity financing ,mentoring and giving expert advice hence the need to support such a venture . "The best funding for any start up should obviously not be debt finance", he said. He recommended Angel investing as the best funding model for any start up business.

Quick Angels Limited is the first and formally institutionalized angel investor company in Ghana that seeks to support potential and existing entrepreneurs as well as business with equity financing.

Quick Angels sets out to reach out to entrepreneurs.  

Quick Angels Limited has started a nationwide tour to reach out to potential and existing entrepreneurs to fund their businesses. The tour is in collaboration with Africa Internship Academy, an institution noted for training and nurturing entrepreneurs. It is aimed at creating awareness about the Quick Angels brand and its service offer. The tour started in Accra on the May 31 and is expected to be held in across the remaining 15 regions on a monthly basis. Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi, is the next stop on June 28. READ MORE.....Source:

Microfinance Module must change - Quick Angels boss.  

CEO of Quick Angels and Quick Credit, Richard Nii Armah Quaye has advised Microfinance and Microcredit companies to change their mode of operation lest they collapse. The Central Bank this week announced that the licenses of 386 financial firms in the Microfinance and Microcredit space have been breached due to regulatory infraction. After the revocation of the licenses, 137 firms remain operational in the Microfinance sector while 31 firms remain in the Microcredit sector. READ MORE.....Source:

An investor company with special interest in assisting start-ups and business growth in the country has been launched in Accra. 

Quick Angels Limited, a fully-owned Ghanaian company, has been set up to provide special business services, including start-up equity financing, early stage equity financing, business growth equity financing, small and medium scale enterprises equity financing, and buying and selling of businesses.
The company is modeled on the angel investment concept where entrepreneurial efforts in their formative years receive financial support from another or others with the financial clout.
An angel investor, also known as a business angel or private investor, is an affluent individual who provides capital for a business start-up, usually in exchange for convertible debt or ownership equity. READ MORE.....

Quick Angels, an indigenous investor company, has launched its operations with a pledge to contribute significantly to the economic growth and national development.

The company seeks to offer seed equity financing for startups, help expand existing businesses by making available the requisite equity capital and premium management expertise.
Quick Angels also invest by partnering already existing Small and medium Enterprises and Indigenous startup businesses with the aim of providing strong financial returns.
Mr Richard Nii Armah Quaye, the Chief Executive Officer of Quick Angels Limited, speaking at the launch of the business, said ‘’ I have come to appreciate the challenges entrepreneurs go through with my experience as an entrepreneur”. 

Quick Angels Limited Launched 

Quick Angels Limited, a wholly owned Ghanaian company focused on supporting start-ups and business growth in the country, has begun operations.
The company, located along the Ring Road close to Ernest Chemist, promises to be a leader in Angel investment in Ghana and beyond by promoting entrepreneurship through strategic partnerships. An angel investor, also known as informal investors or seed investors, injects capital into start-ups in exchange for ownership equity or convertible debt. “Our mission is to drive innovative commercial Angel Investments that seek to propel Ghanaian start-ups and also restore promising businesses through strategic partnerships that exceed expectations,” said Richard Nii Armah Quaye, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Quick Angels. READ MORE.....