Terry Mante has been recognized as the 2021 40 Under 40 achiever for authorship and creative writing. The event, hosted by Xodus Communications annually identifies, honors and celebrates a cross-section of Ghana’s most influential and accomplished business leaders under the age of forty.
“This is the culmination of a 15-year effort to provide thought leadership for personal, professional and national development,” Terry said in a statement published on all his social media pages. He further indicated that throughout his writing career, he has “endeavored to provide challenge and inspiration, advance the cause of human progress, contribute knowledge and leave a legacy.”
As an author Terry has to his credit ten books and has published nearly 400 articles. He has been a longstanding columnist of the Business and Financial Times. Terry Mante has written on a broad range of subjects such faith, governance and politics, self-help, business, entrepreneurship, leadership, as well as career and skills development. Titles of books published include All-round Communication, Life Sense, Leader Sense and When God Lost an Election: The political market of demand and supply.
Apart from being an author, Terry is a business development and management consultant. He has worked on market research, strategy, business development, PR and communications as well as capacity-building projects for clients in media, banking, telecommunications, confectionaries, hospitality, education, cosmetics, reproductive health, Christian ministries, real estates, business consulting, technology, as well as food and beverages.
Terry holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology from University of Ghana and Master of Business Administration in General Management from Central University. He is the Principal Consultant of Terry Mante Exchange and Founder of The Accra Hub.