The fourth edition of the annual Ghana CEO Summit for CEOs, business leaders, investors and policy makers will be held on May 20to 21, 2019 in Accra.
Ghana's Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will be the special guest of honour.
Chief Executives Network Ghana Limited is organising the summit in partnership with Deloitte Ghana, Olam, SAP Africa, Ministry of Business Development and Ghana Investment Promotion Centre.
The summit under the theme, 'The Futuristic economy: Technology-driven future of business and governance for economic transformation' according to a statement issued by the organisers of the event was committed to unlocking Ghana's economic potential by championing private sector-led growth.
"The summit leads discussions around innovative public policies and best growth-oriented business practices. Topical issues to be addressed this year include how to radically transform your business, building an African multinational footprint, ethics and corporate governance as well as technologically-driven future of business and economy. There will also be a public-private sector dialogue on the economy of Ghana and the practicality of doing business in Ghana," the statement said.
Ernest De-Graft Egyir, Founder and CEO of Ghana CEO Summit said, "This unique top-tier thought leadership platform will enable the private sector in Ghana and Africa engage in thought-provoking discussions, network, exchange experiences, explore business opportunities and broker partnerships."
"Participants will have the opportunity to learn from best practices of fast-growing companies while promoting their organisations, benefit from an unrivaled networking platform with top decision makers, adjust strategies to current economic and geopolitical outlook and identify new business opportunities with Ghana's most influential leaders," he said.
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