EP 13 // Turning Your Passion Into Profit While Building a Family with Eyram Tawia

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Akua is excited to share this educational and entertaining interview. In this episode of the Open Door Conversations Podcast, she brings on Eyram Tawia. He is the CEO of Leti Arts, a globally successful game developing company focused on preserving African culture in modern forms that can stand the test of time. Eyram is passionate about his work, his family, and the legacy he leaves for his children and millions more on the continent of Africa.  

Today Eyram shares his origin story, about life as an entrepreneur through a pandemic, and a glimpse of what the future holds for Leti Arts. This company is not just creating a profitable video game. When Eyram realized there was an absence of African representation in the gaming world, he set out to change this. However, he went far beyond bringing in African characters and stories. He established and began to grow an entire industry of African-centered storytelling through the world of gaming.  

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Highlights from the episode:

  • Turning your passion into profit while growing a family
  • Having a mission for your business
  • Using gamification to teach children about their culture, health, and more
  • The unity of science and art in gaming
  • The significance of storytelling

Get your copy of Eyram’s book: Uncompromising Passion: The Humble Beginnings of an African Video Game.  

Connect with Eyram Tawia:
Website: http://www.letiarts.com/
Email: info@letiarts.com
Instagram: @letiarts
Facebook: LetiArts
Twitter: @letiarts


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