A new investor company, Quick Angels Limited (QAL) has been launched in Accra to help provide support for startup businesses and entrepreneurs in Ghana.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the investor company Mr. Richard Armah Quaye stated at the official launch of the QAL that his outfit was willing to support both potential and existing entrepreneurs through a strategic partnership to make their businesses thrive.

According to him, the move was triggered by the passion he had for young entrepreneurs who had great ideas but were financially handicapped to make their business ideas come into reality.

“The call of these young entrepreneurs and businesses coupled with the danger it poses for the next generation and the economy as a whole has inspired me to intervene now rather than later. Hence, the birth of Quick Angels,” Mr. Quaye said.

“Today, I put myself out as our country’s only formal and institutionalised Angel Investor, ready and more than willing to support all potential and existing entrepreneurs through strategic partnership,” he added, noting that the company, when partnered, will put in their all, including their expertise and logistics, and ensure that the startup companies thrive.

“Quick Angels is also here to ensure that we will not only put funds into your business. We are also going to bring on board our expertise, our connections, networking, and logistics to ensure that your start-up thrives and succeed,” said the CEO.

The CEO of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP), Mr. John Kumah lauded the investor company for the initiative and advised Ghanaians, especially startups to rush to Quick Angels Limited for business rather than rely on governmental institutions for financial support.


He appealed to startups to allow Quick Angels to invest into their businesses, so they share the profits when the business grows.

Quick Angels Limited is a Ghanaian Investor company established this year under Section 24 of the Companies Code 1963 (Act 179), with registration number CS067512019.

Its prime focus is to support startups and business growth, an area that is of great importance to the youth because in Ghana, a lot of potential and existing entrepreneurs with brilliant business ideas do not materialize as a result of scarcity of investors in the country.

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