Recently opend Afrikmall is the first of its kind offering is a place to explore and enjoy the rich African Culture in one setting.
Afrikmall is a place that Africans living in Colorado can call home, providing a range of business services, as well as cultural, community and social opportunities and events. There are many thousands of Africans living in Colorado, from Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and other African countries.
Afrikmall provides the best of African business, entertainment, products, services and cultural experience to the general public. This may include African restaurants and cuisine, a grocery store, a coffee shop, a beauty salon, art shops, clothing retailers and business office space, along with an event center and a cultural center. Afrikmall will also house a credit union or bank.
Cobina Adu Lartson, Ph.D., is the CEO of Afrikmall, and also a science educator with Denver Public Schools; Edward K. Mensah is chief operating officer of Afrikmall and executive director of TMG Global; Albert K. Quartey is the chief financial officer of Afrikmall and also a supervisor with Unicircuit Inc.; Emmanuel K. Eliason is Afrikmall's chief business development officer, as well as the president and CEO of Eliason Consulting Group; Seth Assabil, Afrikmall’s chief of facilities, works in security.
Located at 10180 E. Colfax Ave. in the city of Aurora, in a 56,281 square-foot building on three floors in the Cultural Arts District, ArikMall offers not only people from Colorada unique African expereinces, but also to those around the country and beyond. For more information, visit AfrikMall.com.
Photo: Grand opening of ArikMall in Aurora, Colorado