William is a Chartered Surveyor with over 15 year’s experience in real estate investment management and development of large-scale commercial projects. William’s expertise is in commercial real estate fund management and development. He is currently an ardent champion for the creation of real estate funds in West Africa to complement existing asset classes such as equities and fixed income products.
William commenced his commercial real estate investment management career in 1999 with Royal & Sun Alliance Property Investment Ltd in the UK as an asset manager responsible for portfolio strategy and management of a £200m unitised pension fund. From 2003 -2004, William joined ISIS Asset Management plc (now F&C) following the merger of Royal and Sun Alliance and Friends Ivory Sime. He continued in his role as portfolio manager responsible for a sector portfolio of industrial and distribution warehouses spread across the UK with a portfolio value of £500m.
Tyrone Adu-Mfum is a highly accomplished management and marketing professional with over 17 years of experience in digital marketing. His track record includes developing online strategies, driving revenue, and leading strategic partnerships. Tyrone's attention to detail and strong analytical skills have contributed to his success in enhancing digital marketing campaigns for various companies across Ghana, Liberia, USA, and the UK, with a focus on growth.
As the Founder and CEO of Command Space, Tyrone has showcased his ability to identify new business opportunities and establish strategic partnerships. Tyrone's extensive experience and commitment to excellence make him a valuable asset to any organization seeking to excel in the industry and make a positive impact on society
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Tyrone is the co-founder of Girl Code, a non-profit foundation established with his daughter to encourage girls in Africa to pursue careers in STEM. Girl Code is an exceptional initiative aimed at bridging the gender divide by empowering young women to explore technology in the early stages of their lives. The foundation not only focuses on getting girls into the classroom but also challenges gender stereotyping and sociocultural beliefs about girls' ability to study STEM in Africa.