The CEO Network Ghana is set to hold its next business networking cocktail in Accra on November 27, 2020 from 7pm to 9pm.
The event will be used to highlight the African Continental Free Trade Area Secretariat’s plans for businesses after the coronavirus pandemic is brought under control.
Secretary-General of the AfCFTA , Wamkele Mene, will deliver a keynote address.
Ernest De-Graft Egyir, Founder and Chief Executive of CEO Network Ghana says: “With an expected US$3.4 trillion in wealth-creation and targetted objective of 50% intra-African trade by 2030, the African Continental Free Trade Area is a source of considerable hope for the private sector.
“This event offers an opportunity for Ghanaian captains of business to engage with the AfCFTA Secretary-General and explore all the opportunities AfCFTA brings.”
The invitation-only event, sponsored by McDan, will host a number of business executives who will share ideas while exchanging experiences and solutions.
Patrons will also be treated to live jazz music, wine, canapes and finger-foods.
Mr. De-Graft Egyir assures “the best Covid-19 facilities will be provided at the event”, adding that “we might even have a very special guest of honour gracing the occasion”.
The CEO Network Ghana is a coalition of over 200 business leaders who connect with the purpose of improving and promoting good business and professional ethics.
Founded in 2016, the network creates the most effective business platforms for entrepreneurs to explore opportunities and build resilient businesses.
The CEO Network membership is designed for CEOs, Directors, Chairmen, Investors, Board Chairs, Ambassadors, among others.
Every year, the network and its partners organise Ghana’s foremost business conference – The Ghana CEO Summit.