- Tonyi Senayah is the founder and CEO of Horseman Shoes
- Horseman Shoes is a Ghana-based international shoe making company that produces men’s dress shoes, unisex sandals, and other fashion wear
- Tonyi founded the company in 2010
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Ghanaian entrepreneur, Tonyi Senayah, is the founder and CEO of Horseman Shoes, a local shoe making company that produces men’s dress shoes, unisex sandals, and other fashion wear.
Tonyi founded his business in 2010. He started learning the craft from a local shoe maker at Lapaz in Accra and subsequently established his own company.
The brand has now gained global prominence and has been featured on local and international media platforms such as CNN and DW.
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The Kumasi resident entrepreneur received his senior high school education at Prempeh College and later earned his undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Ghana.
In 2010, he established Horseman Shoes to produce men’s dress shoes, unisex sandals, slippers, school sandals, and safety boots.
The company came into prominence in 2011 and rapidly gained international clients. Senayah’s success story faced major drawbacks, but the key to his breakthrough has always been his ability to overcome the fear of failure.
In 2011, Tonyi was named young entrepreneur of the year at the Global Professional Achievers Awards in Accra.
The company was also given the Outstanding Product Quality award from African Leadership Magazine in 2013. Tonyi aims to be Africa’s largest footwear manufacturer.
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Source: Yen Newspaper