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We founded OneWithNature with one goal in mind: providing a high-quality, smart, and reliable online and in-store. Our passion for excellence has driven us to form OneWithNature (OWN) and continues to drive us into the future. We know that every product counts, and strive to make the entire shopping experience as rewarding as possible. Check it out for yourself!
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The team at OneWithNature is experienced, skilled, but most of all, friendly. This amazing group of people is such a huge part of what makes your online and in-store shopping experience as enjoyable and satisfying as can be.
As a business transformational leader Kola is tasked with the responsibility of overseeing the rebranding, transformation and repositioning of Ohenewa Health Shop now OneWithNature in the Health and Wellness space.
A Health & Wellness Consultant, Iridologist, Energy Healer, ABNLP Certified NLP Life, Health and Transformational Coach . He is also the CEO of LifeWellness Wholistic and Ayurveda Center and the current President of the Vegetarian Association of Ghana. Prior to discovering his life purpose as a light worker, Kola was a banker for 21 years, working with Ecobank in Nigeria and Ghana and UBA formerly Standard Trust Bank
He holds a BSc. Degree in Economics from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria and an MBA in Finance from University of Leicester, United Kingdom.
Favourite Quote: Be still, the universe conspires.
Georgette Sakyi-Addo is a director and co-owner of OneWithNature. She founded Ohenewa Health Shop 15 years ago which has now rebranded as OneWithNature to explore the synergistic opportunities within the Health and Wellness Space.
Selected as one of the 100 Global Inspirational Women In Mining by Women In Mining – UK, and currently the President of Women In Mining, Ghana, Georgette has consistently founded and managed startups and small and medium business entities in the mining sector, and sought to give of herself and make an impact on others in the mining community.
She studied for a BA in French and Linguistics, and a Graduate Diploma in Communications at the University of Ghana. In 2005 she earned a diploma in Accounting/Finance; and in 2015, received a Certificate in Mining Law & Policy (University of Ghana) and another for Proficiency in Principles of Mining Engineering and Surface Mining Operations from UMaT.
Her Interests include local content & diversity in the mining sector and small- scale mining. She has co-authored 4 publications in artisanal and small-scale mining.
"The beginning is the most important part of the work"