Business chieftains to gather for 2nd Ghana SME and Young CEOs Summit Monday

Chief executives, entrepreneurs and business chieftains in the country will next Monday gather in Accra for the second edition of the Ghana SME and Young CEOs Summit. The one-day event will present a unique forum for discussions, learning and networking. It is being organised the Chief Executives Network Ghana in partnership with Deloitte & the Ministry of Business Development on the theme “Corporate Leadership Governance & Technology: Strong Pillars for Business & Economic Growth”. The summit aims at fostering knowledge acquisition, learning, partnerships and synergies that can drive improvement in both personal and organizational performance. Participants will be enlightened by a faculty of world class speakers, panelists and experts. [caption id="attachment_105709" align="aligncenter" width="717"] Convener De-Graft Egyir[/caption] “The event presents a golden opportunity to showcase organizations and promote brands, products and services to a decision-making audience with near-instant ability to begin deal origination,” summit convener, Ernest De-Graft Egyir said. This year’s edition will address the most important issues facing the leadership of corporate Ghana – in both the private and public sectors. Key areas to be covered include corporate leadership governance for business growth, the impact of the fourth industrial revolution in SME banking & finance, women in leadership & enterprise development, as well as business scale-up: realities, challenges and success stories. The Summit will adopt panels, plenary sessions, exhibitions, capacity-building workshops, networking sessions, CEO interactions as well as lively and thought-provoking discussions moderated by seasoned industry experts. The mentorship aspect for the SME & YOUNG CEOs summit allows accomplished CEOs & entrepreneurs to share business growth stories and also engage younger CEOs.

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