Meet Gabriel Addae Twum, our Commercial Manager! Gabriel is the Commercial Manager of CASH IT! Operations: he develops the relationship with our suppliers of waste plastic who are waste pickers and middle women and middlemen and buys each month in line with our operation targets. He also develops the relationship with our customers and sellsContinue reading MEET THE TEAM | Featuring Gabriel Addae Twum, our commercial Manager
Partner Highlight | ETH Zurich
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We are so excited to announce we are looking to hire two new members to join our team! Who are we? ASASE Foundation is a legally registered Non-Governmental Organization (N.G.O.) in the Greater Accra Region. It was created on March 25th, 2017 to enable Ghanaian women entrepreneurs to play a key role in cashing-in onContinue reading NOW HIRING!
Meet The future of Plastic Waste Management in Ghana.
The Cash IT! operations in Katamanso, Greater Accra regain are not only about diverting plastic from litter but also about changing the life of women in under privileged communities for the better. With the help of our partners The Alliance To End Plastic Waste we have created a film that helps us tell our storyContinue reading Meet The future of Plastic Waste Management in Ghana.
The Story of a Self-Made Social Entrepreneur, Engineer and Innovator, a Desired Partner for ASASE in Our Endeavor to Achieve a More Circular and Repurposed Plastics Lifecycle in Ghana
I had the privilege of interviewing Ibrahim Yougbare, an Engineer, Entrepreneur, Designer, and more importantly, an Innovator who gives back to his community whilst fostering a new circular economic structure for his environment. Ibrahim grew up in Ghana and learned the Engineering trade at a young age from his father, a plastics products manufacturer. Today,Continue reading The Story of a Self-Made Social Entrepreneur, Engineer and Innovator, a Desired Partner for ASASE in Our Endeavor to Achieve a More Circular and Repurposed Plastics Lifecycle in Ghana