Beryl joins 30 Top Achievers of 2016

BY: Graphic showbiz
Beryl Agyekum Ayaaba

Her resolve to bring quality entertainment to the various tertiary institutions in the country gave birth to the company, EchoHouse and after a few years, Beryl Agyekum- Ayaaba has been voted one of the 30 most outstanding Ghanaians in 2016. 

 The civil engineer turned marketer started Echo as a magazine during her days at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology to catalogue students’ events and this stories and has grown to become an event company.

The list, released by the New Accra Magazine is made up of individuals who have excelled in their various professions and significantly contributed to the growth of the country.

The inclusion of Beryl Agyekum-Ayaaba comes just a week after EchoHouse won the award for the Startup of the Year at this year’s Ghana Startup Awards. With a committed team of 50 members from different backgrounds, they have been able to maintain a consistent stream of creativity and innovation that has worked for multinational corporations like Vodafone, GGBL, Tonaton.com, Access Bank among others.

Positioned as a 360 creative marketing agency, EchoHouse has been able to build a reputation as an event company which has the entertainment interest of tertiary students at heart in its seven years of operation.