Ekuah-Rose aims to produce and sell her own chilli and herb condiments which allows people to make great tasting food easily.
Having made samples of her condiments that were very popular with family and friends, Ekuah-Rose wanted to be able to share her products with more people.
Using the funding from the programme, she was able to buy ingredients, glass jars for packaging, a pressure cooker, large dishes for cooking and to go on a food hygiene course.
Soon after she started on the Inclusive Entrepreneurship Programme, Ekuah-Rose became very busy with other work and family life (a common challenge for many entrepreneurs). However, she is keen to get back to working on her business and using the grant to help make it a success.