Aggo Akyea

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Marketing and Certification Consultant - Bureau of Minority Business Development

President - AAM News - Latest News

Director of Minority Business Development - Wisconsin Department of Commerce

Marketing and Certification Consultant - Wisconsin Department of Commerce

Minority Business Enterprise Program Manager - Department of Transportation


master - business administration , economics and finance , 


Board Member - AAM News - Latest News

Board Member - state bureau of minority business development today

Board Member - African Association of Madison Wisconsin

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Board of Directors

E. Aggo Akyea, President
Director Bureau of Minority Business Development

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The African Association of Madison, Inc.

Aggo Akyea - 07 Jul 06AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF MADISON, INC& AFRICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, INCINVITE YOU TO THE AAM News - Latest NewsAnnual Joint AAM-AWA African Family Pic Aggo Akyea - 03 Jul 06E. Aggo Akyea (President)

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Aggo Akyea was appointed director of the state bureau of minority business development today by Commerce Department Secretary Jack L. Fischer.From 2006-2008, Akyea was minority business enterprise program manager at the Department of Transportation, providing consultation to minority businesses on prime and subcontracting opportunities in the department's state-funded purchasing and construction projects.He served as marketing and certification consultant for the Department of Commerce from 1991-2006. From 1989-91, Akyea was assistant manager and federal procurement specialist for the Small Business Procurement Assistance Center, Madison, conducting market analysis and feasibility studies to identify opportunities within the federal government for Wisconsin businesses. Akyea holds a master's in business administration, economics and finance, from St. John's University in New York."Aggo Akyea has demonstrated the passion, talent and experience to be an authentic asset to my management team as we move forward in promoting the development of minority businesses," Fischer said in a statement.

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