On August 3, 2023, during the annual summit organised by the Ghana Union of Technical Students at the National Theater, Accra, a remarkable gesture by the Caveman Watches Foundation took place.
The foundation, led by its CEO, Anthony Dzamefe, demonstrated its commitment to fostering entrepreneurship and reducing graduate unemployment in Ghana.
In line with one of its key objectives, the Caveman Watches Foundation purchased a brand new design and printing equipment and presented it to Achinaki Kasaluwai Jeremiah, a final year HND student in Graphic Communication and Design Technology at the Tamale Technical University.
This generous support allows Jeremiah to focus on building his dream start-up instead of feeling compelled to complete his formal education and seek employment after graduation.
By providing Jeremiah with the necessary resources to develop his entrepreneurial venture, the foundation is taking a proactive step toward empowering young talents in Ghana.
This initiative aligns perfectly with the foundation's mission to create more entrepreneurs and pave the way for a future where graduate unemployment becomes a lesser concern in the country.
The impact of this gesture cannot be overstated, as it represents a tangible investment in the potential of young minds and their ability to contribute to the growth and prosperity of the nation.
Through such initiatives, the Caveman Watches Foundation continues to play a significant role in shaping the future of Ghana's business landscape and supporting the aspirations of promising students like Jeremiah.