Kwame Nkrumah Acheampong

CEO (+233) 54 728 7019


I was born in Glasgow 1974 whilst my father was studying for a master’s degree at the University of Glasgow. I then returned to Ghana as a little boy, and then proceeded to also live in Zambia and Nigeria before returning back to Ghana for part of my secondary and tertiary education.

I attended University Primary School and University Demonstration Secondary School in Benin City [Nigeria]. Then returned to Ghana to finish my O levels at the University Practice Secondary School [University of Cape Coast, Ghana]. I then went on to sixth form at Mfantsipim Secondary School. I went on to pursue a first degree in Tourism Management at the University of Cape Coast. In 2000 I left Ghana to return to Britain where I pursued a Master’s degree in Tourism Management [at Westminster University London], and like before I majored in the development and management of leisure facilities.

I have always been a sporting fanatic and achieved some success with sports including tennis, badminton, football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis and athletics in secondary school and then in University [where I represented Ghana at the West African Games]. I took my sports a step further by qualifying for the SLALOM SKI race at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games, where the ‘The Snow Leopard’ was born.

I had the opportunity of working in a number of large corporate organisations and leisure facilities such as the Corporative Group of Companies, Planet Ice Milton Keynes, VIST Italy, and Snozone Xscape [where I first learnt to ski]. So after the Olympics I decided to come back to Ghana and set up a consultancy to provide the necessary expertise to would be tourism facility owners and existing owners. Drawing on many years of managerial and developmental experience I sought to develop a team of the right minded and motivated people who could look at issues and problems facing the leisure and tourism industry and implement solutions from within.

Thus as a managerial professional, I am poised to look at problems plaguing the industry and other industries as tourism cuts across many industries, and present fresh insight into solutions. Due to my wealth of experience most situations don’t pose too much of a problem as encountered before.