The Ghana Chapter of the Stanford Seed Transformation Network will hold its annual flagship Business and Leadership Conference titled “The Seed Network Business Conference.”
The Conference brings together seasoned business experts and entrepreneurs from all sectors to hold relevant business discussions.
Participants take home new mindsets, approaches and pragmatic business solutions to transform their businesses. The main objective of this year’s conference is to empower businesses and their leaders to embrace and leverage changes and tap into the opportunities offered by cultural diversity in scaling up.
Participants will learn firsthand from renowned and experienced speakers who have been carefully selected to share their experiences as they make presentations associated with this year’s theme which is “Embracing forced change within diverse cultures.”
This theme will further consider and discuss the African Continental Free Trade Area and its implications for businesses as well as how to position businesses post-COVID-19. Speakers include Dr. Tony Oteng-Gyasi – CEO, Tropical Cable and Conductor Ltd, Nana Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo – CEO, Mikaddo Holdings, Esther A. N. Cobbah – CEO, Stratcomm Africa and David Ofosu-Dorte – Senior Partner, AB & David.
The Stanford Seed Transformation Network, Ghana, is a Network of Business Leaders and CEOs of companies who have completed the Stanford University Graduate School of Business’ Seed Transformation Program
The Conference which is the 3rd edition of STN’s annual flagship Business and Leadership series will be held virtually on Facebook, YouTube and Zoom on Thursday, 22nd October 2020, from 3 pm (15.30 GMT) to 5:30 pm (17.30 GMT)
This Conference is for all Stanford Seed Transformation Network members and it is open to the general public, especially Entrepreneurs, government officials, the media, the entire business community, development partners, youth groups and cultural institutions. Registration for the Conference can be done at https://forms.gle/uMijHVeig5siZMa99 or kindly visit our website at www.stnghana.org