Dr. Kofi Kludjeson in this edition of Meet the Boss talks about how it all started with the sale of 12 pocket calculators to becoming the first franchisee and distributor of HP brand of computers in Sub-saharan Africa,
The ' Kofi Kludjeson' story can easily pass for a perfect case-study for any business school in the world in terms of how much courage and tenacity one needs to be successful in business.
His humble beginnings in life and in business are apt for all individuals of the younger generation for whom entrepreneurship has become a neccessity.
Dr. Kofi Kludjeson in this edition of Meet the Boss tells a story of how his journey in business started with the sale of 12 pocket calculators.
The technology mogul's success in business ranges from being the first to bring the HP brand of computers into Ghana, being the first franchisee in Sub Saharan Africa, to pioneering the telecommunication industry in Ghana with the formation of his telco Cell Tel, which will later become Kasapa under rather controversial circumstances.
Dr. Kludjeson has had the privilege of speaking twice at the 20th anniversary International Development Conference (IDC) at prestigious Harvard Kennedy School in the USA. He is revered by so many business giants in Silicon Valley, and the San Fransico Bay Area.
Today he is spearheading the come-back of Cell Tel, as well as embarking on numerous innovations in the field of computer hardware and technology manufacturing as well as Internet provision, which will see about 10,000 young Ghanaian entrepreneurs become millionaires in less than five years.
Enjoy the first part of our interview with Dr. Kofi Kludjeson which was conducted in his home at Trasacco Valley Estates here in Accra, which is basically about the story of how he started business with the sale of 12 pocket calculators.