Ghana To Host Africa Youth Economic Forum in May 2013

Ghana will on the 25th of May 2013 host African Youth Entrepreneurs, Innovator, Investors, Corporate African Business Leaders, Chambers of Commerce at the Africa Youth Economic Forum to be held at the Accra International Conference Centre, Ghana’s biggest conference venue.

The Forum, organised by the Ghana Centre for Entrepreneurship, Employment and Innovation, a Ghanaian based Award Winning Business Advisory Support Centre whose Executive Director won the 2012 Ideas Award by Legacy and Legacy and is currently ranked the 27th Most Influential Ghanaian Personality in Ghana by ETV Ghana in Partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Ghana, as part of Activities commemorating this Years Africa Union Day is a response to calls to have a platform where African Youth Entrepreneurs,Students,Innovators,Educators can meet at a mutual point to discuss partnerships,Exhibit their products,build networks,expand markets and discuss “specific” problems that affect their businesses and trade. Executive Director of GCEEI,Mr. John Armah in a statement said
“Our aim is to get you an investor,employee,team,business advice,partnership,Scholarship,network, drive sales at this Forum.”

The Forum will be held at the Accra International Conference Center on the 25th of May 2013 and is open to African Youth Entrepreneurs, Students, Innovator, Investors, Corporate African Business Leaders, Chambers of Commerce across Africa and will feature an Exhibition by the Business Community and Startups, a Plenary Session to be addressed by Key Business Leaders in Africa and Outstanding Youth Entrepreneurs and two Committee Sessions to discuss issues Affecting Young Entrepreneurs and Businesses in Africa on the Theme “Promoting Intra-Africa Trade Through Partnerships and Pan-Africanism”

To attend this conference, will-be applicants are required to send their CV’s to with the Subject as “Participant” to allow for easy identification of Participants, while corporate bodies, SME’s, Startups who want to exhibit products are advised to send their request detailing type of product to with the Subject as “Exhibitor”.

Mr. John Armah Executive Director of GCEEI, says “ this is a great time for African Youth Entrepreneurs, Businesses, Investors amongst others to meet to forge partnerships to expand our markets and take our products Global, a statement that informs the Theme for this Years Summit, which is” Promoting Intra-Africa Trade Through Partnerships and Pan-Africanism’

The Conference is meant to promote the ideology of African Businesses going global.


John Armah,
Executive Director
Ghana Center for Entrepreneurship,Employment and Innovation.
-2012 Ideas Award Winner
-27th Most Influential Ghanaian Personality (Ranked by ETV Ghana out of 100 Most Influential Ghanaians)
-Participant: Global Entrepreneurship Summer School,Munich(Official Project of the UN Decade for Sustainable Development)
-Youngest Contributor to Ghana’s National Budget

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