GCEEI to grow start-up businesses in Africa

ICT_InternetThe Ghana Centre for Entrepreneurship, Employment and Innovation (GCEEI) will on Saturday hold a day’s workshop to help grow start-up business in Africa.

A statement signed by Mr John Armah, Executive Director of GCEEI and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Thursday, said the programme would be attended by a large representation from Ghana’s Leading Financial Houses and Youth Oriented financing schemes to take participants through training to enable them meet the global demands while creating products to solve basic needs.

It said the programme would help introduce small and medium scale enterprises, start-ups, entrepreneurs, graduates and the youth to modules on business financing, how to be an entrepreneur and combine technology and business to drive sales and Increase revenue.

The statement said funding is a major challenge to Ghanaian youth entrepreneurs and start-ups, and participants can get instant funding and be featured on start-upnews.com and get on-the-spot business advice for free.

Source: GNA

1 Comment
  1. Chuks Ineh says

    Anything else outside raising capital for this young entrepreneurs is a waste of time. We have attended so many of such talk talk conference or meeting.
    Instead of everyone opening up micro finance companies to increase the poverty level of illiterate market women by givng them laons, which is contrary to the spirit of micro financing according to the the Gramean bank, they should give long term loans to this young entrepreneurs, partner with them to make dreams come true.

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