Ghanaians have been encouraged to build strong business networks and patronize local businesses.
This was the resonating message that was echoed by the panelists; Mr. Derry Dean Dadzie, CEO Dream Oval and Slydepay, Mr. Alex Bram, CEO and Co-Founder, HUBTEL formerly SMS GHANA, Lawyer Jude Amankwah and Mr. Eric Atta-Sonno at the maiden St. Augustine’s College Past Students Union (APSU) Business Network Meeting.
The APSU Business Network was held on 30th November, 2017 at Ispace premises in Labone.
The aim of maiden APSU Business Network was to encourage past student of St. Augustine’s College to discuss business ideas, exhibit their various services and businesses they offer and to encourage the past students of the college to patronize services and business of their fellow past students and Ghanaians in general.
The panelists shared their experiences and the role that strategic networks they had built in life had contributed to their successes and achievements. They encouraged the participants to let the motto of St. Augustine’s College, Omnia Vincit Labor, which translates, Perseverance Conquers All, be their guiding principle in their professional careers and paths.
The panel discussion was followed by business presentations and a fun filled networking session.
Speaking after the program, the executives of the 2004-year group of St. Augustine’s College; Patrick Gaisie, Kofi Asare Aboagye, Charles Amissah-Koomson and Paa Kwesi Amoakohene who with the support of the entire 2004-year group organized the maiden APSU Business Network said that the success of the maiden meeting which brought together old students from diverse backgrounds and year groups has set the foundation to make this an annual networking event.