CNBC Africa has nominated me for its Innovator of the Year award. This is the zenith of awards celebrating the finest of African business leaders and innovators. In its letter informing me about this nomination, it explains the purpose of this recognition: “CNBC Africa honour[s] remarkable leadership and salute game changers of business on the continent for their continuing commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies.”
I find joy in fixing market frictions and I love business. It is very delightful when my works improve the lives of people. I treasure the moments when I walk into rooms, and men and women hug me because my works have helped their lives and businesses. We would remain focused because Africa must innovate to thrive.
Sure – I have not won anything on this nomination. But I do know that my clients and customers are winning, and from Aug 1, 2018 those in the healthcare sector will begin to win as we launch Medcera across Nigerian cities to support everyone in the healthcare sector.
Thank you CNBC Africa and AABLA!
Part of the letter below
Dear Dr Ndubuisi Ekekwe,
On behalf of CNBC Africa and the awards partners it gives me great pleasure to inform you that you have been shortlisted for the Innovator of the Year category
in the 8th All Africa Business Leader Awards in partnership with CNBC Africa (AABLA™)
The annual All Africa Business Leaders Award is set to honour business excellence and leaders who have made a considerable impact on their industry and community. The All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA™) in partnership with CNBC Africa honour remarkable leadership and salute game changers of business on the continent for their continuing commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies.
Now in their eighth year, the awards continue to recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution made by business leaders across Africa. They epitomize the core values of a successful leader and have demonstrated excellence in their career and elsewhere, women who make significant contributions in their community and their achievements make them leaders in changing the social and business landscape.
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