One Stitch at a Time

Linda Ampah, Founder of KAD Manufacturing and a fashion brand called Cadling Fashions, shares her business journey and how employing women in need can have a ripple effect on an entire community.

October 25, 2021

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Linda Ampah

Linda Ampah’s entrepreneurial journey has had all the typical hurdles plus the extra challenges of being a female business owner in Africa.

That’s why providing job opportunities for women is central to her mission at KAD, and part of the reason she joined the Seed Transformation Program, a year-long program for founders offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Watch Linda’s story to learn how employing women in need can have a ripple effect on an entire community.

 

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