Roberta Annan’s book which focuses on Ghana’s Creative Economy to be launched on December 2.
“Ghana The Orange Economy” under the Condé Nast International Private Publishing brand set to be launched soon.
Roberta Annan; the founder of Annan Capital Partners (ACP) and African Fashion Foundation is about launching the first ever book that delves into the Ghanaian creative industry.
She posted on her Instagram
” Excited to share one of the most important projects I have been working on. My book “Ghana The Orange Economy ” first of its kind which highlights Ghana’s creative economy-the past, present and future”.
The latter is optimistic about the world seeing the contents of her amazing book. According to her, the African creative economy had been kept on the periphery for so many years. Thus, she was pushed to change the story and dispel the notion. This drove her to take steps to establish the African Fashion Foundation in 2011. 10 years down the line and she is making headlines with her works. The founation seeks to empower fashion designers and creatives to excel in their career.
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Roberta’s unwavering passion and zeal is laudable. She is a great asset to Ghanaian creative industry and beyond. Roberta is also the United Environment Nations Program (UNEP) Ambassador for Creative Economy. She is a multiple award winning businesswoman and has many accolades in her name such as Rising Woman Africa 2020/2021, 40 under 40 Influential business leader in consulting just to mention a few.
Her recent appointment was with Conde Nast College of Fashion and Desigm Advisory Council.
Congratulations to Roberta Annan. We cannot wait to see the contents of her book