Quick Angels honored for its role in entrepreneurship
A private investor, Quick Angels Limited, was honored for supporting entrepreneurs with funds and technical direction to grow their operations.
The indigenous company was named Emerging Brand of the Year at this year’s Made in Ghana Awards, which took place over the weekend.
It follows two years of activity in which the company injected more than GH ¢ 90 million into the overhaul of approximately 30 companies in various sectors of the economy nationwide.
The award was presented to Quick Angels at the awards ceremony honored by entrepreneurs and business leaders.
Its sister company, Quick Credit and Investment Microcredit Limited, was voted Microcredit Company of the Year on the Night for its immersive business support through tailored products and services.
A citation accompanying the award stated that Quick Angels was a Ghanaian wholly owned angel investor company established in 2019, with the primary focus of supporting startups and businesses with equity funding.
“The company has so far funded more than 30 startups and companies with millions of dollars. Quick Angels Limited invests in potential and existing Ghanaian entrepreneurs by leveraging their rich experience, ”the quote says.
He praised the company for its foresight and courage and expressed hope that this honor would propel it to support more companies to reorganize their operations.
Quick Angels Limited Managing Director Mr. Richard Nii Armah Quaye said the company values this honor and will be pushed to greater heights.
He said Quick Angels was the official company for angel investors in the country, with a commitment to helping turn business ideas into reality.
“I’m delighted to see this day, two years later, as an Emerging Brand of the Year Looking at the companies, ideas and people we’ve funded based on innovation and advancement, I think this is just the beginning, ”he said.
Mr Quaye said the company symbolized hope for entrepreneurs and the younger generations of the time in Ghana. ‘
He said he had so far invested millions of dollars in successful ideas that made a significant contribution to national development as part of a larger plan to position Ghana as the hub for angel investment in the sub-region and beyond.
The Quick Credit citation said the company is an award-winning microcredit institution with a client-centric culture managed by an experienced team with diverse financial services portfolios.
He said that over the past decade, Quick Credit & Investment Micro-Credit has completed its mission of helping small businesses grow through loan assistance or loan program servicing.
He revealed that the company has provided loans to over 80,000 Ghanaians while employing over 700 Ghanaians.