Young creative Clinton Nyarkoh is a 22-year-old entrepreneur and the CEO of iSupreme, the fastest growing integrated marketing agency in Ghana.
He started iSupreme as an events and media organization during his college days at the University of Ghana.
The company has since grown into serving brands with brand and marketing strategy, digital, advertising, and experiential marketing and currently employs over 8 people.
For a small firm, iSupreme has an impeccable clientele having worked with multinational brands and organizations like Simbisa Brands Ghana (owners of Pizza Inn, Chicken Inn & Galitos), JA Ghana, and the American fashion brand D’Marsh Couture among other Ghanaian startups and emerging brands.
Clinton is on a mission to grow the next generation of relevant brands which he does through iSupreme by building solutions, initiatives, and providing services that help small brands grow.
Find out more about iSupreme, their services, clients and works at www.isupremegh.com or on their social media platforms @isupremegh
Clinton has a vibrant team that helps him pull off all these great branding ideas.
Meanwhile, Ghana's current graduate of the moment, 57-year-old Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, has opened up about her future ambitions and has stated that she wants to become a nurse.
While speaking in a radio interview with award-winning radio personality, Abeiku Santana, Madam Elizabeth Yamoah revealed that she had high hopes of seeing her ambitions through.
While speaking on her ambitions, she revealed that even though she is currently a farmer and trader, she has nursing on her checklist and would want to see herself in the healthcare delivery field sooner than later.
In a related development, multiple award-winning radio presenter, Abeiku Aggrey Santana, put the intelligence of 57-year-old BECE graduate, Madam Elizabeth Yamoah to the test in a live radio interview.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Abeiku Santana who was interviewing Madam Yamoah on his show asked her to read a "Myself" essay she had written.
The Okay FM radio show host then went on to ask her some brain-teasing arithmetic questions which saw her fumbling a bit but she managed to answer.
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