Freddy Coleman
Adrian Aboagye
Habecca Appiah
Cathryn Asante
Daniella Dodd
Habecca Appiah
Ngozi A.
Eugenia Boateng
Cayarah Pyles
Stephen Adu-Ansah
Arinze Imachukwu
Cathryn Asante
Grace Assogba
Janika Frimpong
Benjamin Quaye
Rosa Cortez Rosales
Adrian Aboagye
Daniella Dodd
Gabriella Sabri
Boniface Kyalo
Bartholomew Bugbil
Niels Tulleneers

A brand created out of the necessity to bring Africans together by celebrating our people, culture, and experiences from across the globe!

Through one voice and a singular vision, GhanaMade has been instilled in the hearts of many. It is one of our core pillars to ensure the upliftment of everything African to our global Diasporan audience. With our global team, spanning three continents, we understand how important it is to build community.

From concerts to panels to festivals and even one-on-one interviews, we always aim to capture the Culture for the every day African. We want you to be able to experience and learn what Africans are doing around the world, and how you can get involved.

Mission, Vision, Our Story

Mission Statement

To celebrate and promote Ghanaian and African culture, music, and society through digital mediums and to be the central voice for African Diasporan affairs.

Vision Statement

We continuously strive to be the premier platform for discovery, entertainment, cultural appreciation, and regional happenings of African-wide interests. Africa is a continent that is evolving and advancing in various industries. Through digital media, we believe we can reach a global audience and change the narrative of how the world views Africa.

Core Values

We share a common set of values which are essential to our organisation. Our values: Thinking about Ghana and Africa above all. Respect for diversity and teamwork. Information and knowledge sharing. Deep collaboration to innovate in our community. Obligated to show the best of Ghana and Africa to further a greater likening to them by the world.

Our Story

GhanaMade Limited ("GhanaMade") is a digital media company established to amplify Ghanaian and African culture, music, and society. Founded in 2016 to celebrate and connect Ghanaians at home and abroad, we have shown the vibrant culture of Ghana beyond the nation’s borders. We started our mission in response to filling the gap where Ghanaians in the diaspora are in search of a digital means of connecting back to the Homeland.

Year over year, GhanaMade has been from one city to the next to capture the Ghanaian spirit across the United States, England, and Ghana. Through these travels, we have come to understand what it means to be an African of this era; how impactful it is for black people to be united; and how essential we need to celebrate ourselves. We owe much of our success to the organic growth of our mediums and the putting together of our multinational community of creatives, thought leaders, artists, visionaries, entrepreneurs, and socialites.

We have positioned ourselves to be a resounding voice for the Ghanaian and African Diaspora. Here at GhanaMade we intend to continuously pursue our mission to be the premier platform for discovery, entertainment, cultural events, and regional happenings of African-wide interests.

Press Features


GhanaMade: Meet the Women Working to Amplify Ghanaian Culture

"We may be biased, but the people we work with are pretty exceptional. We’re always excited to celebrate milestones and accomplishments, and today we’re particularly thrilled to share that an integral member of the bareMinerals Global Creative Team, Gloria Mensah, has been named a Woman of Yaa Asantewaa by GhanaMade, a digital media company that works to amplify Ghanaian culture."
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bareMinerals, United States
GUAP Magazine

5 Minutes With GhanaMade

"One thing GhanaMade wants to achieve as a brand is to make people feel something different when they view Ghana. After interacting with the platform digitally or through a curated experience, their GhanaMade family (as they like to call it) should be able to say they felt a bit closer to their Ghanaian roots."
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Moziak Magazine, South Africa
GUAP Magazine

The 15 Platforms of Diaspora You Must Follow

"For Black History Month we have handpicked 15 platforms that have been making prominent moves within the community."
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GUAP Magazine, United Kingdom
Chale Magazine

GhanaMade Celebrating Our People Our Places Our Events

"An exclusive interview with Freddy Coleman as he talks about his ever growing platform that is transcending and conveying the rich African culture to the world."
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Chale Magazine, United States