Four Ghanaian Companies Listed Among FT’s Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies 2022

Four Ghanaian Companies Listed Among FT’s Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies 2022

  • Despite the economic challenges in Ghana, four local companies have been listed among the fastest-growing in Africa
  • The ranking by FT and Statista listed Benso Oil Palm Plantation, IT Consortium, Land tours Ghana, and Zen Petroleum
  • The ranking gives an idea about the corporate landscape in Africa amid challenges in technology, fintech, and support services

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Four Ghanaian companies have been recorded in the inaugural annual ranking of Africa’s fastest-growing companies compiled by Financial Times (FT).

The ranking by the New York-based leading global business publication provides a snapshot of the corporate landscape in a continent where technology, fintech, and support-service businesses have had to adapt to a radically altered environment.

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BOPP, IT Consortium, Zen Petroleum and Landtours Ghana are on the list of fastest-growing companies in Ghana. Source: Facebook/@Benso-Oil-Palm-Plantation-Ltd, @ZENPetroleumLtd, @ITConsortiumGhana
Source: Facebook

In the ranking cited by, IT Consortium Ltd, a local fintech company was ranked in 17th position with an ‘absolute growth rate of 271.4% and a ‘compound growth rate’ of 54.9%. In 2020, the company made a total revenue of $4.6 million, according to the report.

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Kenyan company, Wasoko (formerly Sokowatch, Inc.) topped the list with 8782.6% absolute growth rate and $27.4 million in revenue in 2020.

The ranking, for Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies 2022, lists 75 companies ordered by the highest compound annual growth (CAGR) in revenues between 2017 and 2020, based on the given criteria.

“The ranking was created through a complex procedure. Although the search was extensive, the list is not exhaustive as some companies did not want to make their figures public or did not participate for other reasons. Statista [a research company that collaborated with FT] identified thousands of companies in Africa as potential candidates for the ranking through research in company databases and other public sources. These companies were invited to participate in the competition by post and email,” FT explained the methodology.

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According to FT, the process requires submitted revenue figures to be certified by the chief executive, chief financial officer or an executive committee member of the company.

Criteria for inclusion in the list are based on four factors:

1. Revenue of at least US $100.000 generated in 2017.

2. Revenue of at least US $1.5mn generated in 2020.

3. An independent company (not a subsidiary or branch office of any kind).

4. A company with operational headquarters is located in one of the African countries.

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