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“I Started My Watch Business With Just 50 Cedis” – Anthony Dzamefe Of Caveman Watches Reveals



Anthony Dzamefe

In a recent interview on TV3's Day Show with Berla Mundi, Anthony Dzamefe, the CEO of Caveman Watches, said that he began his firm with just GH₵50. He described his path from joblessness to entrepreneurship.

Dzamefe described in the interview how he lost his job after graduating from college, despite having previously made GH₵500 working for a respectable firm.

He continued by explaining how, in 2015, he paid GH₵50 for a watch that he later sold for a substantial profit. He was motivated to make more investments after seeing the watch-selling business's potential as a result of this experience.

Dzamefe also talked about how he went about training to become a cobbler's apprentice and spent many months learning how to make leather timepieces. He is now a well-known personality in the Ghanaian watch market, leading one of the most well-known watch companies in the nation.

The year previously, legendary actor Fred Amugi had desired to see his picture on a billboard before he passed away. His dream was granted, and Caveman Watches gained notoriety for doing so. The seasoned actor was scheduled to appear on one of Caveman Watches' classic billboards by , CEO.


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