Ghanaian Young Man Yaw Sam Who Moved To America In 2016 Now Runs Own US-based Startup BrandGeniuz

Ghanaian Young Man Yaw Sam Who Moved To America In 2016 Now Runs Own US-based Startup BrandGeniuz

  • Ghanaian entrepreneur Yaw Sam, a former KNUST student who moved to the US in 2016, now co-leads the thriving tech startup Brand Geniuz, employing 10 individuals
  • Speaking to, Yaw emphasised his passion for technology and social media, motivating the creation of the marketing agency alongside partner Joshua Howard
  • Yaw highlighted their unique content-focused approach, collaboration with notable clients, and the importance of consistency and differentiation for budding entrepreneurs

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Yaw Sam, a Ghanaian entrepreneur and former KNUST student who ventured to the US in 2016, has successfully co-founded a tech startup named Brand Geniuz, now employing a team of 10.

In an interview with, Yaw shared that his passion for technology and social media-fueled his decision to launch the marketing agency alongside his business partner, Joshua Howard.

Yaw stated, "Brand Geniuz is about 3 years old. I've always had a love for tech and I know the power of social media. And I always wanted to do something that will inspire a lot of people and there are a lot of marketing agencies but nobody creates content and approaches the work like we do and that's what sets us apart."

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Yaw Sam cofounder of BrandGeniuz
Yaw Sam speaks about establishing BrandGeniuz Photo credit: brandgeniuz
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He mentioned that their unique approach and content creation strategy that distinguishes them in the competitive market.

Yaw revealed they've collaborated with high-profile clients and have fostered a workplace culture that attracts talents.

He advised aspiring entrepreneurs to prioritise consistency, genuine passion, and the ability to stand out.

"Also, you have to cook up a formula that separates you from competition, and then just be consistent," he added.

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