Hello, I am Priscilla Adjoa Koranteng, and I stand for iAdjoa Distributions and iAdjoa Initiative.
I am a young ladies of 23 years, I came from a low income family in Ghana. Both of my parents are small-scale business owners, with my dad losing his company to save my life. I was taught business and its processes from an early age. I started my small business when I was very small to buy my books and pay for other educational costs. I started my current clothing business (wholesaling and retailing of official wear) 4 years ago to help me pay for my fees in university.
Like me, there are various young ladies who will not like to exchange their bodies for money but work their way to get the education they need and to get something for themselves, and that's why this business exists. Provide wholesale and business trainings to individuals and entrepreneur, help communities, families, and whole country economy to become stronger. This is a way to let every people, especially young ladies, without learning opportunities know that they are other people trying to help and taking care of them and future generations.
I am applying for this support to overcome the challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis, to get stock, to create more opportunities to young ladies and grow our small business. I want to keep my business alive, because I believe that out there are good people willing to help as we are doing.
This support will help the business increase stock and meet the demand of the season ahead, expanding the business in the effect. Also, this support will help the business to reach more people, impact more people, create more leaders, entrepreneurs and help more small businesses.