March 12

Resilient Ivorian Lynda Aphing-Kouassi: From investment banker to social entrepreneur

By CNBC Africa

Resilient Ivorian social entrepreneur, Lynda Aphing-Kouassi established her business, Kaizene in 2014 to service private and public sector enterprises in applying their human resources.

After 15 years of working as an Investment Banker, Aphing-Kouassi created her internationally acclaimed business, seeking to pave the way for potentially successful business areas and believed it was fundamental to not only have a lasting impression but have the ability to develop talents in the most ethical manner. Aphing-Kouassi prides herself in knowing that her business has the potential to strengthen the capacities of any organisation.

Offering several services such as coaching, talent development, gender equality, corporate social responsibility and conference organisation for the development of the continent – it’s no wonder Kaizene has become a growing success!

Photo courtesy of John Twohig.

Source: CNBC Africa (link opens in a new window)

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