Ghanaian Startup, SuccessValley awarded Most Innovative EdTech Start-Up for 2020


SuccessValley has been voted Most Innovative EdTech Start-Up 2020 by the UK-based Middle East and Africa (MEA) Markets Magazine in its latest MEA Business Awards.

MEA Markets is a quarterly publication dedicated to ‘researching and publicizing the major economic moves and events as they happen across the entire Middle East & African region’. Introduced in 2015, the MEA Business Awards is proudly a merit-based awards program, where the injury’s decision is only influenced by the achievements of the business. The MEArnBusiness Awards are an opportunity to pay tribute to those leaders and institutions ‘whose dedication and hard work have strived to sustain the region’s dominant status within the business world’.

Reacting to the announcement won by SuccessValley, Founder and CEO of the company Kwaku Amenorhu stated that”This prestigious international award is testimony to their commitment of the company to stand as a reference in the region. It comforts me to see that our hard work and focus on innovation and best practices are being seen overseas. I am proud to be leading this company. I thank the Board of directors, the Management, and the staff for their support. This is a well-deserved recognition for their dedication.”

Last year, SuccessValley was adjudged among the “Top 100 startup blog for 2019″ by Feedspot

Lisa Scholfield
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