CEO of Quick Angels Ltd wins investment category of 40 under 40 Award  

CEO of Quick Angels Ltd wins investment category of 40 under 40 Award  
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Joy Business | AI
Date: 12-10-2019 Time: 10:10:28:am

The founder and CEO of Quick Angels Limited, Richard Nii Armah Quaye has been crowned the winner of the investment category at this year’s 40 under 40 awards.  

The award was aimed at identifying and honouring a cross-section of Ghana’s influential and accomplished young business fellows under the age of 40 who are making an impact on the industry they operate.

Speaking on his award, Mr Quaye noted “I feel very elated cherished and honoured at the same time, humbled this evening. It has been a long journey and this 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,’’ he added.

Nii Armah Quaye - Quick Angels

He dedicated the award to his employees for making it possible as their continues effort is uplifting the business coupled with hard work and dedication has brought this recognition.

“I couldn’t have achieved this recognition without your incredible inputs. We are introducing personalised real-time support through innovative angel investment with an interest in startup and also restoring promising businesses through strategic partnerships,” he said. 

He promised more impactful leadership style and business models that will impact entrepreneurs, Ghanaians, government and generations yet unborn.

“This special night brings memories of the toil, the challenges, hard critical decisions that had to be made, and also the joy of the many successful milestones we have chalked along the way,” Mr Quaye said.

The Awards Night is for most influential and accomplished young business leaders under age 40 from a wide range of industries who are committed to business growth, professional excellence and community service and have risen through the ranks.