By Kevin Mwanza
William Adoasi started his first sports business at 19 years old, dropped out of university and earned around $193,400 in three years — not bad for a teenage founder.
Nearly a decade later, Adoasi owns Vitae Group with four enterprises under its umbrella including watch brand Vitae London and Vitae Photography. He has dreams of building an empire like Billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Group.
Vitae London watches were born out of the desire to positively transform the lives of African children who were orphaned or living in poverty.
The support comes in the form of education sponsorship financed by Adoasi’s e-commerce venture that sells watches online.
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