- Alberta Yayra Tetteh is the creator of an auto-body shop called Burning Wheels Autosports
- Her auto-body shop fixes tires, paints cars, accident repairs, and provides full interior redesigning services
- Tetteh reflects on gaining customer management/retention skills, marketing insight, and financial literacy during her AWE exchange programme
Alberta Yayra Tetteh is the creator of the auto-body shop called Burning Wheels Autosports and is making remarkable strides in Ghana's automobile industry.
Her auto-body shop fixes tires, paints cars, accident repairs, and provides full interior redesigning services.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook account of Exchange Alumni, Tetteh discloses that the business is for busy and working-class executives.
She added that her employees pick up cars from customers' offices or homes.
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Tetteh reflects on gaining customer management/retention skills, marketing insight, and financial literacy during her AWE exchange programme.
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Ghanaian Female Auto-Body Repair and Spraying Technician
In a similar story, Ghanaian female auto body repair and spraying technician, Esther Eshun, is breaking barriers and shaping narratives in a male-dominated sphere.
The 35-year-old woman works at Suame Magazine in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
After studying auto body repairs for four years at Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI), she went to Suame Magazine for an internship.
Esther recounted that she had to shrug off many distractions, including advances from men, to build a vibrant business in a male-dominated field.
Ghanaian Female Car Detailer and Sprayer
Also, Nayila Faisal of Next Level Autodetailing is a young Ghanaian female car detailer and sprayer who has carved out a niche for herself in the automobile industry.
Despite her growth and strides, she continues to face challenges as a woman in a male-dominated profession.
Faisal told Pulse Ghana that some people underrate her expertise because of her gender. "Some people don't give me work because I am a female,'' she said.
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