Claudia Lumor is a publisher, founder & CEO of GLITZ AFRICA. She is also an ambassador for UNFPA Goodwill and Ghana Tourism for Fashion Development.
She worked for 4 years at Santander Bank UK as a Personal Banker and moved to Ghana 2010 to work with Stanbic Bank for 2 years. Claudia followed her passion of telling the stories of African icons/ inspirational celebrities in a tasteful manner by setting up her own company - Glitz Africa Magazine in 2011.
Glitz Africa Magazine is a Pan- African aspirational brand that embraces Africa's biggest successes and celebrities who are relevant to readers, current celebrity lifestyle, fashion, entertainment, wellness and living trends of the new African global citizen. Glitz Africa started out as a small publishing house, publishing the best fashion/lifestyle magazine in Ghana and beyond, but today has expanded its brand into various extensions. These include Glitz Africa Fashion Week, Glitz Style Awards, Ghana Women of the year Honours, SHE boss, She Summit and Glitz Africa Care Foundation.
FK Lounge is a contemporary & vibrant Lounge located in the busy region of Dome (Pillar 2), Accra. The quaint and cosy setting of the bar provides an exquisite indoor & outdoor area overlooking the local centre. The bar's unique setting, niche market and great customer service has led to its growth within a short space of time.
CEO Nana Adjei, also known as 'DJ FrenchKiss' was inspired by Nana Adjei's passion for music, nightlife, and love of entertaining people. He is the founder FK Media House in Accra with operations in: music, video production, graphic design, events, photography and more.
FK Lounge is also dedicated to enriching the local community. During its second year of operation, the 'FK kids Foundation' was setup to provide for the less fortunate children within the community.
A thanksgiving service was held on 13th of January 2018, with the aim of providing food provided to over 80 underprivileged children. FK Lounge plans to open its next branch towards the end of 2018.
Starbites is a hospitality restaurant chain which started operations in June 2011, and now has five restaurants and three express branches. During the recession in the UK, Eric Andoh, CEO of Starbites, decided to move to Ghana to do what he knew best - real estate.
As a family man, he sought ways of bringing his family to Ghana. In doing so, he found a gap in the market and with the help of his extended family, grabbed the opportunity. Eric's family then relocated to Ghana to play a part in this opportunity. This was the beginning of Starbites food and drink.
With total dependence on God for the provision of the right expertise in staff, his grace and favour, Starbites began to serve good quality home, away from home meals at reasonably affordable prices to the community. Seven years later Starbites is now a household name with branches in Accra, Tema and Kumasi and the mission of serving good quality food at reasonably affordable prices remains.
The Gold Coast Bar & Restaurant was originally founded in 2004 in London by William and Francesca Quagraine. After 11 years of fine-tuning, product development, Gold Coast's first restaurant in Ghana was set up in 2015.
For several decades, Gold Coast has been among the most visible proponents of development and entertainment in the hospitality industry; being the first Ghanaian restaurant to win the BBC's Great Taste Awards in London, 2010. Gold Coast has also served the community and industry as market leaders, role models, and have inspired others in the development of their careers in the Ghanaian diaspora and industry in general. They have also been dedicated to the widespread growth of the profession in Ghana.
Gold Coast main stream casual dining restaurant with an integrated cocktail bar that caters provides friendly, attentive service in a relaxed environment. With branches in Labone, Airport, Dansoman and across Accra, they offer a range of hearty Ghanaian and continental dishes in a stimulating atmosphere.