UEW Geography Graduate Establishes Digital Technology Business
Mr. Bismark Attobrah, a graduate of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has taken the bull by the horns to launch his own digital technology business, Bizzay Consult, following his national service.
Mr. Attobrah took this significant step at a time when youth unemployment in the country has become a major concern for authorities. In his quest to be a professional in his area of interest, he enrolled on an online advanced Diploma scholarship programme organised by JJK US/Canada/China, International Christian Education Institute to pursue a Diploma in Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship, Google certificate in Digital Skills for Africa, certificate from Digital Training Ghana and Facebook Blueprint certificate.
On completing his national service, a determined Bismark who never gave up on his dreams, established Bizzay Consult on October 1st, 2021. Bizzay Consult is a provider of digital, online marketing, graphic design, and web development services. It provides a wide range of modern technology services. opposite Otoo Brothers' Shoe Factory, Windy Bay Avenue, Commercial Street, Winneba, Central Region of Ghana.
Speaking in an interview with the Department of Media Relations, UEW, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bizzay Consult praised the fourth Vice-Chancellor of UEW, Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni, for supporting and funding Bizzay Consult.
Mr. Attobrah stated that Bizzay Consult had come to lay the foundation for the creation of Ghana's youth with the establishment of a sustainable operating digital structure and online strategy to raise awareness among individuals. " Bizzay Consult intends to train more young people in digital space so that they can work for themselves".
He revealed that the Consult provides space for youth to learn and gain digital skills as part of providing them with future opportunities.
In the next ten years, Mr. Attobrah, wishes to see Bizzay Consult open branches across the 16 regions of Ghana to train more professionals to help reduce the unemployment rate in Ghana.
Mr. Attobrah advised the youth saying, “If Mark Zuckerburg grew his social media network, Facebook, from his college room, I present you, Africa’s example in exploring the vast minefields of the internet in contemporary times. I’m urging all the youth to be focused, determined and hard-working to utilise all available resources bestow onto them by nature. Let’s always broaden our horizon to reduce the high rate of unemployment in the country”.