Ghana Forum slated for December 15, 2023

The highly anticipated annual event, the Ghana Forum, is set to take place on the December 15, 2023, in Accra, Ghana.

This distinguished platform aims to convene policymakers, business leaders, influencers, and visionaries to discuss and tackle critical issues and potential avenues for development in Ghana.

The Ghana Forum serves as a catalyst for meaningful dialogue, collaboration, and the generation of innovative solutions. Participants will have the unparalleled opportunity to engage in dynamic discussions, share insights, and contribute to the shaping of Ghana’s future.

With a focus on addressing pressing challenges and exploring new opportunities, the forum plays a vital role in the advancement of Ghana’s socioeconomic landscape.

Notably, the Ghana Forum fosters interactive sessions that encourage diverse perspectives and solutions from a variety of stakeholders. Policymakers can engage with industry leaders to gain valuable insights, while entrepreneurs can explore potential partnerships with investors and industry experts.

The event also provides a platform for young changemakers and emerging leaders to showcase their ideas and initiatives, fostering an environment of innovation and collaboration.

Furthermore, the Ghana Forum facilitates international engagement, allowing partners and donors to connect with Ghana on various aspects of development. By fostering cross-sectoral collaboration and knowledge exchange, the forum helps build sustainable networks and partnerships that drive progress in the country.

“We are thrilled to host the Ghana Forum and bring together a diverse range of stakeholders to shape Ghana’s future,” said Dr Brian Reuben, Chairman of Brian Reuben Policy Group.

“Through robust discussions, cross-sector collaboration, and the exploration of innovative solutions, we aim to promote inclusive and sustainable development that benefits all Ghanaians.”

The distinguished speakers at the event include Prof. George Gyan-Baffour, Minister for Planning, Ghana; Dr. Henry K. Kokofu Esq, CEO, Environmental Protection Agency, Ghana; Dr Chris Kpodar, Chairman, Solomon Investments Ghana Limited; Prof. Ernest Kofi Abotsi, Dean, UPSA Law School Accra Ghana; and Capt. Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Founder PK Foundation, Ghana, among others.

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