Another one of young Ghanaians catching attention for their entrepreneurship is Juliet Glover Chartey, the chief executive of Jules Catering and Events, or Jules Kitchen for short.
Popularly known as the celebrity chef due to the numerous celebrities who patronise her services, Jules is the brain behind Accra’s popular bi-monthly music and food event, Jollof By Night.
As reported by Chris Koney, Jules also serves as a resource person the few food and wine talk shows on television and radio.
From a family of three children, she was born in Dzorwulu, a suburb of Accra where she spend her formative years.
She attended Englebert School and Kotoka Basic School for her elementary education then Krobo Girls High School where she studied geography, economics, elective mathematics and French.
Her passion for cooking and the arts took the better part of her and she enrolled at the Sunyani Polytechnic (now Sunyani Technical University) where she studied HND - Hotel, Catering and Hospitality Management.
From Sunyani, she proceeded to the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) for a Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management.
Speaking of her experience, Jules said, “I am a lady hungry for success and prefer to focus on the positives in everything I do. Call me a go-getter who sees food as life and will do everything possible to make sure people remember me for saving their lives with my craft."
“I did my internships at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel before working at the dietitian unit of the 37 Military Hospital then joined the GIMPA Executive Lodge. I later moved to marketing solutions company, Swivel Marketing Ghana Limited, to learn the rudiments of marketing, promotions, branding and sales activations”,
About the priority when it comes to her business, she highlighted quick delivery, healthy, quality and fresh food plus a wide but innovative variety as elements which serve as the pillars of her business.
Jules hopes for her brand to become a household name in catering services and serve food to over 50% of corporate institutions across the country in the shortest.
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