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Young Entrepreneurs to Converge in Accra Ghana for the YOUNG CEOs BUSINESS SUMMIT-African convention.

In a concerted effort to create platform for networking, Panel discussions, Key Note Presentations, idea Pitching opportunities while sharing global best business practices, young CEOs, aspiring and established entrepreneurs and respected venture Capitalists from across Africa and beyond will converge in Accra, Ghana from 23rd to 25th of April, 2015 at the Young CEO’s Business forum- African Convention.

The Young CEO Business Forum- African Convention 2015 will be hosted at Accra Ghana, where young entrepreneurs will gather to discuss the theme “Advancing start-up business in Africa: New approaches, Fresh Opportunities''. The summit will have international business men and women converging to discuss new strategies on how to explore the immeasurable businesses opportunities in Africa, as well as find ways to enhance and support African Start-up businesses capable of enriching and creating many jobs in the Continent.

While commenting on the goal and rationale for the summit, the co-founder of the Young CEO’s Business Forum, Amb. David James Egwu said “the aim of the summit is to exchange ideas and explore potential for business relationship and collaboration”. He further asserted that “it is our hope that at the end of the summit, new breath-taking ideas will get funding from participating venture capitalists, already established businesses will find relevant relationships & collaborations that will strengthen their businesses, while sponsors will get adequate return on investment by way of enormous exposure and customer reach.  The summit will present rare and unique opportunity for participants from the African continent to identify and explore rich business potential and fresh opportunities within their shores.

Participants are expected from the following African Countries; South-Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Malawi, Gambia, Zimbabwe, Cameroun, Rwanda, etc.

While highlighting likely activities at the summit, Tonye Rex Idaminabo, Principal Partner of African Achievers Awards and the Forum’s Co-founder said special activities that would be featured in the summit will include the CEO’s Prize for Global Corporate Governance, where outstanding young CEOs would be recognized and celebrated for their roles in global economic transformation. According to Rex “Such recognition will motivate and challenge other aspiring CEOs and further create success model worthy of emulation. Rex disclosed further that CEO’s boot camp would provide special opportunity for emerging new venture leaders with core insights on foundational knowledge on essential elements of starting and running a big, sustainable enterprise using the right business model.“ Aside the boot camp, exhibition opportunities would be available for all registered participants at the event just to enable them position their products and services to the African market.

Other activities line up for the summit include; networking session, breakfast meeting, specialized business strategy training, CEOs Prize; reception/ dinner with top government officials, investment tours, expert panel based on Question and Answer sessions”

The summit will provide very strategic opportunities for young entrepreneurs in Africa and will compete favorably with any Global event in terms of quality. It will be nothing short of an A-class Global event that will leave all those who attend with a lasting impression and business relationships that will change their businesses for the best. If you have a very lucrative business ideas and wish to pitch it to venture capitalists for funding then visit our website to participate.

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