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First Feminine Mag Launches In Accra

Cover of Awe Magazine
AWE Magazine, Ghana’s first ever feminine magazine was, over the weekend, launched at a special ceremony at the African Regent Hotel in Accra.
The AWE (Awesome Women Entrepreneurs) magazine promises to add a new dimension to the magazine industry in Ghana.
The launching ceremony attracted a number of important personalities including Matilda Amissah-Arthur, Second Lady of Ghana.
Launching the magazine Mrs. Amissah-Arthur reiterated the fact that, “AWE Magazine is just not a magazine but a gift which a mother should buy and give to her daughter, niece and females in general instead of that piece of fabric, jewellery and other material items.”

Her reason was that, the rich content which centred on how to start one’s business, legal affairs, business plan guide, fashion/lifestyle, and a lot more interesting articles and interviews, would serve as a benchmark for young businesses to achieve productivity.
She also said “this magazine could serve as a pointer for reference when the going gets tougher in your quest for excellence in doing business.”
AWE Magazine is an annual magazine which aims at empowering young and energetic females with the mission and vision of entrepreneurship.
The magazine has interesting articles about some accomplished entrepreneurs, young jet-getters and other interesting articles from well informed experts and contributors.
Franka-Maria Andoh is C.E.O/Editor-In-Chief of the first ever feminine magazine in Ghana.
She has been drumming the cause of female business owners since childhood due to attributes she picked from her mother who's 91 years old. No wonder the idea of a first female magazine has come to fruition.



Credit: NEWS-ONE

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