Sixth Sense CEO wins SMEGA Woman Entrepreneur of the year award

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 - 7:47 AM

Miss Nadia Takyiwaa Mensah company owner of brand management agency Sixth Sense Manifesto and newly open Sai Wine & Champagne Café, has been awarded Woman Entrepreneur of the Year at the SME Ghana Awards last Wednesday at the State Banquet Hall, Accra.

The Woman Entrepreneur of the Year category is solely nominated by the SMEGA jury and disclosed only on the day of the ceremony.

The award is bestowed on a woman entrepreneur who has founded or headed an SME for not less than 3 years prior to the awards program.

In an interview, Nadia left three unique impressions on the SMEGA jury:

  • Her style of role performance as a CEO
  • Opened up another business – Sai Wine & Champagne Café irrespective of the economic challenges Ghana is facing
  • Her willingness to sell Sixth Sense Manifesto when necessary

She also stated “I’ve never been surprised with anything in my life and I’ve never won an award for me, but God Almighty delivered something to me last Wednesday in the best way I could have ever dreamed or imagined!”

“As I sat down my spirit told me, ‘this year Sixth Sense won an international award which was for the team, and then He said, now this one is for you!’ I always confess how Good my God is! This is another testimony! Glory be to God! Today I am the Woman Entrepreneur of the Year – SME Ghana Awards,” she added.

Credit: Sixth Sense


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