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Anne Amuzu: among 10 Tech women founder to be followed.

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The Ghanaian Anne Amuzu belongs to the list rare African women who refused to leave information and communication technologies market to men. Graduate of entrepreneurial school of technology Melwather, Anne Amuzu launched in 2010 with her class mates, Nadimobile Company.

She developed a platform to facilitate exchanges with customer via mobile phones. This discovery was worth to her the same year, “Best Business” prize during the conference of San Francisco.

In an interview granted to thenextwomen.com site, she talked about her beginning in a world dominated by men: “During our last year of training, we formed a trio to bring out an income-generating activity. Our idea seduced the institute which decided to support us. The first stage of the work was essentially based on brain storming.”

Amouzu is also specialized in SMS services. She is requested by 20 companies which benefit from her services. Certified in civil engineering at Kwame Nkrumah University, Anne Amuzu belongs to the list of 10 women who emerge in  computing domain according to Forbes’ ranking.

Among these ten women who make the pride of Africa, appear the Nigerian Nkemdilim Uwaje Begho (Future Software Resources Ltd), the South African Annette Muller (DotNxt), the Rwandan Clarisse Iribagize (HeHe Ltd), the Kenyans Jumila Abass, Linda Kwamboka, Susan Oguya (MFarm) and the South African Barbara Mallison (Obami).

 

Original text by: Roger ADZAFO

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