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The Annual Banking & Finance Conference 2016

You are invited to the 6th Annual Banking & Finance Conference 2016 in Accra

The Annual Banking & Finance Conference 2016 is scheduled to be held in Accra Ghana on the  31st May - 2nd  June 2016 at Alisa Hotel under the timely theme: “Promoting Financial Inclusion: Connecting people to Banking & Financial Service”.

The conference will include a broad range of discussions and debates by top speakers from across Africa bringing theoretical and practical experiences on how various sectors can work together to promote financial inclusion.

Key stakeholders will include traditional banks, insurance; NGOs, telcos; retail stores, donors, investors, policymakers, regulators, MFI, FMCGs.  Financial institutions must collaborate, partner and learn from non-financial players to expand their products and services to new customer segments.

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The conference will also look at new and innovative financial technology (FINTECH) solutions that make financial inclusion possible and profitable.

The Africa Banking & Finance Conference in partnership with Next Bank Accra  are inviting all Fintech start-ups across Africa to showcase their services and products at this event.

To exhibit as a Fintech start-up, contact Paul Damalie, Fintech Moderator in Ghana.

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To participate:Special rate for Fintech delegates:

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Summer 2016: Introducing Skill Building Camps

Summer 2016 is fast approaching! Wondering what to do with the kids to keep them engaged throughout the long summer holidays?

E-Lens Africa has just the solution for you:  Introducing skill-building summer camps - Fun Science and Camp E-novate-  for kids and teens 8-18 years starting this July 2016.

Please  click on the download link below for further details.

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Register at:  http://www.e-lensafrica.org/ apply

Speedup Africa bootcamp

Speedup Africa, a 4-day growth & investment focused startup bootcamp, comes to town in July. This is your chance meet startups from all over the continent and much more.

For more information on agenda, location and how to become a participant, visit the website.
Also, please note the attached flyer with contact information should you have further questions.

3 Trade Days to bring Ghanaian business closer to Europe

European consumers are interested in Ghanaian products and Ghanaian businesses are interested in selling on the huge EU market. For that reason, the Ministry of Trade and Industry is organising workshops to inform Ghanaian firms on how to export to the EU.

The European Union (EU) is the world’s largest single market. With 503 million people and more than 25% of the world’s GDP, it is a good target for any business. Besides, Ghanaian firms enjoy preferential conditions that allow them not to pay duties when entering the EU market. This makes Ghanaian products more competitive and more interesting for European buyers.

Despite these advantageous trade opportunities, Ghanaian producers do not export as much as they can - our food and textile firms can increase and diversify their exports to Europe even more. To help them, the Ministry of Trade and industry (MoTI) via the Trade Related Assistance & Quality Enabling Programme (TRAQUE) will organise 3 workshops to explain to businesses how to access the EU market.... For more information, click on DOWNLOAD.

Get trained on how to export to the EU Market

European consumers are interested in Ghanaian products and Ghanaian businesses are interested in selling on the huge EU market. For that reason, the Ministry of Trade and Industry is organising workshops to inform Ghanaian firms on how to export to the EU.

The European Union (EU) is the world’s largest single market. With 503 million people and more than 25% of the world’s GDP, it is a good target for any business. Besides, Ghanaian firms enjoy preferential conditions that allow them not to pay duties when entering the EU market. This makes Ghanaian products more competitive and more interesting for European buyers.

Despite these advantageous trade opportunities, Ghanaian producers do not export as much as they can - our food and textile firms can increase and diversify their exports to Europe even more. To help them, the Ministry of Trade and industry (MoTI) via the Trade Related Assistance & Quality Enabling Programme (TRAQUE) will organise 3 workshops to explain to businesses how to access the EU market.... For more information, click on DOWNLOAD.