(Accra, Ghana, May 21, 2021)- Brian Reuben Organisation is bringing together thousands of entrepreneurs across Ghana, Government agencies, Technology firms and Investors for the 2021 edition of the Africa Entrepreneurship Summit scheduled to hold on the 29-30 of June, 2021 at The National Theater, Accra, Ghana.
The summit, a joint effort with Ghana’s National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is the largest gathering of entrepreneurs and the key stakeholders within the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Africa. Themed ‘Reimagining Entrepreneurship’ – it is expected to help reposition the thinking of African Entrepreneurs as well as equip them with tools and resources to solving pressing issues of concern in the continent without sacrificing their pursuit of profit.
‘Growing income inequality, poor or declining educational systems, unequal access to affordable health care and continuing economic distress have become big issues in Africa,’ says Mr Damilola Cole, Head of Programs and Partnership at Brian Reuben Advisory.
The summit will offer entrepreneurs all over Ghana the chance to hear from the key players responsible for moving entrepreneurship forward and gain in-depth industry knowledge and expert market insights.’
Top experts including strategy consultant, Dr Brian Reuben, The Ghanaian Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture – Dr. Mohammed Awal, multiple award winning entrepreneur, The Chairman of McDan Shipping, Dr McDan McKorley and Ms Esenam Nyador, founder of Miss Taxi Ghana will share insights at the Summit to inspire and empower African Entrepreneurs to up their game and move the continent forward.
‘It is the responsibility of people living in Africa today to fix the problems in Africa. Entrepreneurs must therefore adopt an approach that enables them to more proactively tackle the problems in the society without compromising their need for profit,’ says Dr Brian Reuben, the founder of the Brian Reuben Organization.
We are headed towards entrepreneurship reset, which provides a significant opportunity for entrepreneurs in Africa to offer breakthrough innovation, good paying jobs, and solutions to some of the continent’s challenging problems.’
To learn more about the Summit please visit projects.brianreuben.com/AES