Ghanaians have heavily descended on the CEO of Caveman Watches for claiming that he started his business with small amount of GHs50.
Speaking to Berla Mundi in a recent interview on the Day Show on TV3, Anthony Dzamefe revealed how he was jobless after school. He added that he was making GHs500 as an employee of a reputable company.
He further explained how he used 50 cedis to purchase a watch in 2015 and sold it to another person for a huge sum of money. At the end of the day, he realized that selling watches could be a serious business and he decided to invest in it.
Despite his brilliant plan, some Ghanaians feel he was lying and that 50 cedis wasn’t enough to start a business.
The CEO of Caveman watches also narrated how he became an apprentice for a cobble for a few months just to be able to learn how to use leather to make leather watches. As a result, today he has one of the biggest brands in Ghana as a watch expert.
Recall that last year, Caveman Watches granted veteran actor Fred Amugi’s wish to have his photo on a billboard before he passes on. Anthony Dzamefe, CEO of Cavemen Watches, featured the veteran actor on one of his timeless billboards.
The announcement was greeted with approval as Ghanaians poured in congratulations sharing the good news.
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