The CEO of Caveman Watches and Timepiece Ghana, Anthony Dzamefe over the weekend, picked up the award for Technology & Innovation Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the FORTY under 40 award ceremony.
In his speech, he challenged the new generation of African entrepreneurs to aim higher and stand firm in the face of trails.
“I receive this award with great gratitude on behalf of the Caveman team, on behalf of everyone who has patronized and supported in every little way.
We are only at the very beginning of a grand global dream and this award is a great reminder to us that trials shape dreams and every disposition will take us to a higher position. This award is a reminder that we are far from the dream but we are heading in the right direction.”
Tony who was recently listed as part of the 2019 top 40 Young CEOs in Ghana, founded Caveman Watches — A classic African wristwatch brand established in 2018 with inspiration from the durability, originality and the beauty of natures incorporated in the handcrafted watches of the Caveman.
The Forty under 40 Award is to identify, honour and celebrate a cross-section of the nations most influential and accomplished young business leaders under the age forty from a wide range of industries we cover, who are committed to business growth, professional excellence and community service and have risen up the ranks of their companies or industries at a relatively young age as result of this.
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