Date – Saturday, December 7, 2019
Venue – SB Incubator, Silver Star Towers
Time – 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM
SFAN Breakfast Meeting, previously known as Future Executives Business Breakfast Meeting, was established to provide a space for millennial entrepreneurs to spark meaningful conversations with like-minded individuals in an unprecedented setting and at non-prohibitive costs.
In five EPIC meetings, the breakfast has seen more than 400 guests gather to share pertinent business insights, with 15 unique business opportunities presented. SFAN Breakfast has become the go-to event for upwardly-mobile millennials looking to access new opportunities and discuss real business concepts, startup tactics and growth strategies with thought leaders.
For this 6th edition themed financial intelligence for millennial entrepreneurs, we shall explore the future of money, discuss best practices to creatively manage and grow your personal finance, further review the new tax landscape and venture capital funding opportunities in Ghana.
The digital marketplace is brimming with talent nowadays. SFAN Breakfast gives you a premier platform to further develop your Subject Matter Expertise and become the top of mind in your field. Collaborating with us can also help you obtain actionable data, exclusive insights, and partnership leads for corporate transformation and market leadership.
When it comes to 10X growth, successful entrepreneurs focus on the who and not the how. SFAN Breakfast is THE ONLY millennial-focused breakfast meeting in Ghana where business-minded millennials at various career stages meet to engage in meaningful conversations and higher-level networking. Join globally-minded individuals and expand your social capital!
For us, SFAN is a testament to the tenacious spirit of a young entrepreneur who picked up his disappointments in a system that could not empower its young creators, repackaged them and built an organization to fill an incredibly important gap in the social ladder. With tenacity, excellence, and pragmatism at its core.
I can’t possibly say enough how proud I am of SFAN. They know how to shake things up and I will gladly recommend their events to any upwardly mobile millennial!
I had the opportunity to attend SFAN Breakfast Meeting in 2016. It was a very well-planned and informative session. The panelists on branding had really great insights and I left there thinking about some of the points raised. I don’t doubt other attendees took a lot from it as well. The pitches were great a good way to know about cool initiatives.
This company is exactly what the youth needs. SFAN events always exceed their promises. The content of our last digital marketing event was exceptional. We talked about digital Now and what can be expected in the future. That should be the task of events, to push the envelop and help attendees grow. I love working with The SFAN team because they simply get it!
Ayesha Bedwei helps energy companies manage their tax affairs efficiently, speaks to young people about their career choices, and promotes diversity in the workplace. Ayesha understands the importance of good communication and the impact this has on forming lasting relationships.
By age 11, Ayesha had attended 6 schools in 5 countries – An experience which she credits as influencing her inclusive style of communication. In her speaking and writing engagements, where she covers a wide range of topics from tax to corporate responsibility, Ayesha brings her experience to bear by discussing complex technical concepts in simple terms in order to connect with her audience and make a lasting impression.
Ayesha is also the founder and content creator for careers advisory blog, careers1825.com which is targeted at people between the ages of 18 and 25 and 5taxminutes.com, which discusses tax matters in an easy-to-understand format.
Emmanuel A. Acquah places himself at the very front of business partnerships with a goal to make an impact on the activities he is engaged in. He brings a lot of energy to teams and, displays leadership qualities that enhance team effort and achievement.
His work includes driving business performance through analytics, forecasting, business control, investment appraisal, Financial reporting and contract negotiation across Europe and Africa. Emmanuel has also gathered expertise in the fiscal and regulatory regimes of many African countries including Mauritania, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and Tanzania where he has done a lot of work in the oil and gas industry. His interactions and networks have exposed him to governmental agencies as well as advisory, legal, audit and accountancy firms that support the growth agenda of industries. This deep understanding of the African terrain has been key to navigating the setup and strategy of the businesses he is involved in.
Emmanuel started his professional life as a software intern at Cactus and subsequently joined the Shipping and Logistics giant, Maersk, as a Management trainee. It was at Maersk that he was first immersed in the world of multinational and multicultural business operations. In 2010 he joined the Oil and Gas Services company, Schlumberger, and has
served in several senior finance roles based out of Takoradi, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos, and Accra. He is currently the Financial Controller of Schlumberger, with financial oversight in West Africa and the Gabon region.
He is a proud alumnus of the Manchester Business School (MBA)
Dentaa Amoateng MBE is the founder and CEO of the GUBA Enterprise which consists of the GUBA Awards, GUBA Expo, GUBA Foundation, GUBA Careers, GUBA Diaspora Card and GUBA Health. Mrs. Dentaa Amoateng MBE is a dedicated and altruistic individual who has positively influenced many through her work with the GUBA Enterprise. The GUBA Awards has been recognized as a community-building organization with substantial influence. Her work to improve UK-African relations earned her an MBE in Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II’s 2016 Birthday Honours.
GUBA Enterprise is dedicated to the positive mobilization of the African diaspora and supporting the growth and sustainability of African businesses.
Patrick Quantson is the Head of Digital Transformation at Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited. He is well-known for his progressive approach to innovation and his passion for the use of relevant human-centered technology for social development.
His knack for identifying and delivering cost-effective and convenient digital solutions to traditional banking problems has made him an indispensable asset in his field of work. Patrick has amassed a wealth of experience in his twelve years in the banking industry delivering digital payment/banking solutions by collaborating with Financial Technology Service providers locally and across the continent.
Patrick is also a firm believer that Africa’s growth is intrinsically tied to empowering Africa’s vibrant youth to start and own sustainable businesses and dedicates a lot of his spare time mentoring and coaching the next-gen of business leaders.
Among several other things, Anita Erskine is a multi-talented and multi-faceted professional with almost 20 years of media industry experience and a desire to make immense social changes in the lives of women across the globe. After obtaining a BA in Cultural Studies at Trent University, Erskine began her full-fledged career as a Communications Consultant and on-air host, single-handedly producing, researching, writing, directing and hosting an urban gospel program, and steering it to success. Moving back to her home country, Ghana, in 2006, Anita Erskine left TV and Radio behind briefly and plunged into the deep end of Ghana’s competitive strategic communications industry, working on leading brands such as Nestlé, Guinness Ghana Breweries, Coca Cola, Ghana Breweries, Databank and Cadbury, before becoming the Corporate Communications Manager for Millicom Ltd, operators of Tigo.
Magdalene Teiko Larnyohis an Associate Editor at Pulse Ghana. She writes mainly for the business category under Business Insider Sub-Sahara Africa (BISSA).
She is passionate about women and children development as well as the vulnerable in society.
She is a feminist who loves to write on business, gender, politics and health.
8:00AM – 8:30AM: Check-in and Networking
8:30AM – 8:40AM: Welcome Address & Introductions
8:40AM – 9:10AM: Breakfast Session
9:10AM – 9:20AM: Opportunity Presentation 1
(Presenter: Foster Akugiri, Manager SB Incubator)
9:20AM – 10:20AM: Expert Panel
(Panelists: Ayesha Bedwei, Tax Partner, PwC Ghana; Emmanuel Anni-Acquah, Finance Manager, West Africa (WAF) Region, Schlumberger; Dentaa Amoateng, Founder, GUBA Enterprise; Patrick Quantson, Head, Emerging Payments, Stanbic Bank; Anita Erskine, Media Mogul)
10:20AM – 11:00AM: Q&A with Panel
11:00AM – 11:05AM: Opportunity Presentation 2
(Presenter: Carol Ramela, Founder of GFA Consulting)
11:05AM – 11:25AM: Closing Remarks & Group Photograph
11:25AM – 12:00PM: Wine Sampling Networking Session
12:00PM – 12:30PM: Close & Departure from Venue