What African Education Means To Us
Join our Facilitated Programs
Companies like Flutterwave and PayFast have been experiencing extraordinary growth during the COVID-19 crisis. This has led to an extraordinary amount of […]
Sydney Scott Sam, MBA + Workspace Global: Study shows that 90% of all startups fail within their first five years. For the remaining […]
GBC 24 Interview with Moomen Tonight on Ghana Broadcasting Corporation. Emmanuel Agbeko Gamor is one of 50 Global Shapers selected globally to […]
I can’t remember how Emmanuel and I came to cross paths. I do know that when we did meet, I saw a Leader that Africa needs to learn from. Emmanuel and I collaborated when I was running the Graduate Programme at Thomson Reuters. I was inspired by his involvement in youth development, leadership development and collaborative networking so I asked him to run a programme for Thomson Reuters’ Graduates.
Simon VorsterOrganizational Anthropologist
Emmanuel and I worked closely on delivering the Entrepreneurial Leadership curriculum at African Leadership University. As a new hire, he on-boarded me very smoothly to the team and it was a delight working with him. He has been a role model for me in his deep passion for Africa.
Alioune FallSchwarzman Scholar
Emmanuel Gamor is a seasoned entrepreneur who has worked across Africa developing many entrepreneurial initiatives geared towards impacting lives.