As a five-year-old boy, Alloysius lived with his aunt, who is a smallholder farmer in a rural community in Ghana. The 15 years he spent with her, fueled his dream to establish a farm in the future.
Alloysius founded Alloyworld, a photography and video production company and iCottage Networks, a software company, after graduating from college. In 2013, he co-founded Farmline with Emmanuel Owusu Addai, an agritech startup that supports smallholder farmers in Ghana.
Farmline has served over 200,000 farmers and mapped out 70,000 hectares of farmlands across 11 countries. Alloysius has received several awards for leading the overall strategy and vision of the company. Some of the awards received include the 2017 CNBC Africa’s Young Business Leader Award, the Echoing Green Global Fellowship, and the Cordes Fellowship.
At the Cambridge Institute of Sustainable Leadership, he emerged finalist of the HRM Prince of Wales and Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneur Award