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Upcoming Events

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.

Edu Ghana Fair '16

Hello,

You are invited to the following event: EDU GHANA FAIR '16

EDu GHANA  2016 is a two-day educational exhibition that serves as a platform for stakeholders in education to discover many new options in educational offerings – new learning methods, STEM advances, tech innovations in the education sector among others.

In its second year, the fair also targets high school and university students who are seeking to explore new courses, scholarships and enrol in higher learning institutions.

The fair also assembles forward-thinking school administrators, classroom teachers, leaders, parents/community members, students, and corporations – anyone interested in public/private education – for an opportunity to discover and discuss innovations in Ghana’s education space.

This is a “ONE-STOP EDUCATION FAIR” designed to inform, educate and engage all stakeholders. Organized by AB REVIEW – Ghana’s premier hub for education research in collaboration with NOVAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING and IMPACT HUB, ACCRA, this two-day exhibition will welcome students from high schools, international schools, universities and academic institutions, alongside reps from education providers and partners.

The venue for this year's event is the Impact Hub, Accra behind the Rev, Dagadu Memorial Methodist Church, behind the Ako- Adjei park, Osu

WHEN

Friday, May 20, 2016 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 5:00 PM (GMT) - Add to Calendar

WHERE

Impact Hub Accra - Otswe Street #F 393/4, Accra

For more information on whom to contact and how to register, CLICK HERE

Personal Effectiveness & Time Management Programme

Personal Effectiveness and Time Management have been identified as critical Skills Gap that organisations need to address to enhance Performance and productivity.

Learning Organisation and Achieve Global are therefore pleased to present the Personal Effectiveness & Time Management Programme which will equip participants with the necessary Knowledge and Skills to effectively manage their time, enhance Performance and Productivity and ensure the attainment of Business Results.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE:

  • Improve Performance through Personal Effectiveness.
  • Enhance Participants' Time Management Skills as a means of improving Efficiiency and Effectiveness
  • Understanding and analysing Personal Transformation with respect to Self-Role-Organisation-Environment
  • Ensure Effective Time Management-Wider Perspective, Future Action and Application
  • To expose Participants to Time Management Tools
  • Enhance Interpersonal Skills
  • To help participants to know themselves better and understand the Characteristics of individuals within a group
Date: Tuesday, 31st May, 2016

Venue: MJ Grand Hotel, Accra

Fee: GHS 450.00 (EX. VAT)
The programme fee is GHS 450, which is inclusive of Facilitation, Programe Materials, Time Management Tool Kits, Certification, lunch and Refreshment.
For Further inquiries, contact:
  • 0302 999055
  • 0577 666652
  • 0577 666155