Daniel Agyapong is a Senior Lecturer in finance and entrepreneurship and the Head, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Managements at the School of Business, University of Cape Coast.
He is also a youth and micro, small and medium enterprise development consultant. Through his consultancy work, written several business proposals for the University and organizations such as the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust. Other business proposals developed with colleagues from the School of Business include University of Cape Coast School of Medical Sciences Diagnostic Centre, Department of Laboratory Technology Production of Detergent, University Community Basic School Complex, and the business plan for the establishment of University of Cape Coast Transport and Auto Services Centre.
Moreover, he currently manages an international cross-cultural project dubbed “Business Bridge” between students from Germany, Ghana and Kenya as part of the University of Cape Coast and the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, University of Applied sciences, Germany partnership. He is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK).
A versatile, results oriented, analytical, hardworking Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development, social accountability person with can-do spirit. Unequal adherence to safety, value, detail and risk management. Excellent teaching and presentation skills. Empathetic extrovert with adequate human relations and teamwork spirit.
Matthew Kwabena Adeyanju has provided project management, consulting and training to a range of organizations including faith and community-based organizations, foundations, universities, and government agencies. Key areas of work include capacity-building services to small and emerging companies, vocational Education and Training (VET) link between Industry and academia
Matthew has over 5 years of experience in the field of Environmental Consulting. Early on in his career he worked as a specialist and programmes officer with the Coastal Network Consortium and in the field of Occupational and Environmental Health where he developed core competencies in the following areas: Environmental Management; Project Management and Co-ordination; Environmental Monitoring; Research and Project Reporting among other essential skills set.
Matthew has extensive experience handling projects and programmes and has served as a liaison with both local and international partners. Since 2005, He has worked with 17 District & Municipal Assembles in the Central Region of Ghana under Functional Organizational Assessment Tool (FOAT) in conjunction with the District Development Facility (DDF) to provide Management tools coupled with leadership skills for assemblies staffs with a framework that supports realization of organizational performance targets, effective resource management, service delivery standards, team work and personal development in a changing socio-economic, cultural and political local environment.
Daniel is the Project Administrator. He works with the project team in coordinating E Waste training and workshops in Accra and Kumasi. He is open to share innovative ideas and undertake applied research projects that impact positively on society.
He adapts to colleagues of diverse background and nationalities. He is also assistant lecturer in project, procurement and supply chain management at the Department of Marketing and Supply chain, School of Business, University of Cape Coast, and a full member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, MCIPS UK