Our CEO Made Advance Media's "Most influential Young Africans" Class of 2021.
For us at Patricia Technologies, 2022 couldn’t have started on a better note. Our January is off to a great start as our chief do the most officer made the Avance Media list of Most Influential Young Africans of 2021.
Avance Media, Africa’s leading African PR & Rating firm, recently announced its 6th publication of the annual ranking of 100 Most Influential Young Africans, a list that celebrates the brightest and most successful young Africans across the continent.
The list features Africa’s brightest minds across tech, business, Finance and entertainment industries and it is a laudable recognition for us to see our CEO listed amongst the 21 Nigerians who make up the county’s representation on the list.
This year’s list throws a huge spotlight on personalities pursuing their dreams, creating magic and bent on putting Africa in the global spotlight!
It is worthy to note that the Criteria for selection for Avance Media’s 100 Most Influential Young Africans included in this list are; excellence in Leadership & Performance, Personal accomplishment, commitment to sharing knowledge, breaking the status quo and being an accomplished young African.
To say that our CEO more than fit the bill will be an understatement, but we do not like to toot our horn and this recognition goes far to commend the thriving crypto-powered ecosystem we are building via our super app.
Under his leadership, Patricia technologies have grown from a mere idea to a billion-dollar valuation company and we are still reaching for the stars.
With 52 males and 48 females representing 32 countries on the continent, this year’s
publication throws a huge spotlight on various talents and personalities pursuing their dreams
in pursuit of making the continent proud and setting an example for young people on the
With individuals from industries such as technology, business, and entertainment, the MD of Avance
Media, Prince Akpah mentioned that the continent is blessed with a lot of inspiring young
people who have the power to prove the worth of the continent’s future. He also mentioned
that African leaders, must focus resources on training its youthful population to be ready to
compete with other young people from across the world.