9th – 10th OCTOBER 2023 | LONDON
Henry Agyei Asare Business Leader
Henry Agyei Asare is a Mission Entrepreneur & Financial Analyst who believes there is enough value in each person with the right character and confidence development.
Henry has a background in Accounting and Finance, Investment management, project management and research. He is a public speaker/training with considerable experience in human resource development. He has been a reliable resource on global platforms speaking on investment, financial management, technology, startup and entrepreneurship in Africa and globally and also a regular panellist on economic, investment and entrepreneurial issues on national and some international media platforms.
Henry has about 20 years’ experience in the banking, finance and investment sector.
He is passionate about building local economies in Africa through exploring innovation and entrepreneurship for both local and global market and so he develops himself with current information on how to build entrepreneurial capacity for local economic development to leverage global market opportunities.
He currently leads the portfolios of PRIME2PRIME IDEAS LIMITED – a solution driven firm in Research, Events & Training and Advisory (www.prime2primeideas.com), TENTMAKER GHANA LIMITED – an entrepreneurship hub offering Business Incubation, Co-working Facilities and Accelerator services in Accra Ghana and Los Angeles, California in the United States of America (www.tentmakergh.com), PrimeNet.com a Technology and Digital enabling platform and working on a Portfolio fund called Christian Wealth Fund (www.christainwealthfund.com).
He is a board member responsible for finance for the Ghana Hubs Network, a network of entrepreneurial hubs in Ghana. A member of AfriLabs, a network of hubs in Africa and a host of others. He is also a trainer and consults on issues of financial management for start-ups, entrepreneurship and new market development and entry. Among the organisations he has consulted for and worked with are enpact E.V in Germany, British Council, Thinkroom in South Africa, and the Government of Ghana.