An entertainment industry insider, who previously did taxes and worked in real estate, Benoni Tagoe turned his work effort and resiliency into success and now lives to help others develop financial literacy through his site, The Bizz Plan. “I have a lot of friends who know how to get money, but they don’t know how to keep it,” Tagoe told NewsOne.
Tagoe developed a strategy which took people such as Vine star King Bach and REVOLT editorial director Julian Mitchell, from the black space and aimed them directly to the black audience. As they regale the audience with tales of financial liberty, stress, strife, and education, Tagoe has raked in thousands of views and plenty of applause for helping to hip the millennial spender to alternate ways of using their currency power. The producer has always had a knack for placing himself into the mix at the right time. From assisting the Jonas Brothers to being the content creator for Issa Rae of Awkward Black Girl fame, Tagoe has worn many hats while building a blueprint for success.