Ruth-Ellen Danquah

Ruth-Ellen Danquah

After tinkering with various business methodologies Ruth-Ellen accumulated over £115m in new business sales working with brands like Expedia, Black & Decker, Epson & New Era as a B2B Development Manager.

Recently a graduate from the School of Social Entrepreneurs she founded XavieTime. XavieTime was inspired by her mission to help her own son navigate through his Autism so he could find a path to sustainable income. This passion to help him led her to 800 other people with SpLD she met while researching. It became evident that their creativity and high intelligence is something that needs to be part of the companies valuable resources, people.

As a certified inbound marketer, public speaker, website & app developer she is obsessed with growth hacking in all aspects of work and life.

SSE Fellow

What clients say

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Ruth went above and beyond what was expected to ensure that I was happy with what she produced which when it went live, drew a significantly higher number of visitors and interest than previously before. Now that Rainmakers is growing it's XavieTime I will be using to further support the organisation in this way. I have also recommended Ruth to a number of other individuals as I believe she is brilliant at what she does!Prior to working with Ruth I had no understanding of anything Tech! Infact its something that I was quite scared of even approaching. As a result I was limiting my business potential and growth by not wanting to address my website challenges.
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Ann Marie
“Great communicator and I'm very pleased with your customer service. Thank you”
Neomi Bennett
Director
“Efficient, helpful and professional service.”
Janeen Wilson
CEO & Founder
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About Ruth-Ellen

Ruth-Ellen believes in real growth. Your business is like an amusement park and your website should showcase all your amazing rides AKA your products and services so you can have growth! She equally believes no man, woman or child should be born into poverty because of their diverse learning needs, all of our team either have dyslexia, dyspraxia or autism. If you're interested in talking with Ruth-Ellen about your project, get in touch with her to schedule a chat