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26-Jan-2015  
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Thirty most outstanding entrepreneurs in Ghana will in April this year be outdoored and inducted into

Ghana Entrepreneur Awards Hall of Fame 2015.


This novelty will unveil thirty of Ghana’s topmost entrepreneurs who will be drawn from over one

hundred and twenty entrepreneurs and honored at the annual Ghana Entrepreneurs Awards.


Speaking on Accra based Citi fm; Chief Executive Officer of the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Ghana Sam

Ato Gaisie said the Hall of Fame concept exclusively celebrates the stories of Ghana’s most successful

entrepreneurs.


“This concept specifically recognizes innovative Ghanaian entrepreneurs whose contributions to the

development of Ghana has spanned several years; the recipients of these awards are then inducted into

the Ghana Entrepreneur Hall of fame.”He further explained.


The awards scheme, according to Mr. Ato Gaisie, has been redesigned this year to coincide with the

foundation’s 5th anniversary celebrations.


He further revealed the inductees will constitute a think tank that will in collaboration with the Ministry

of Trade and Industry focus on promoting the interest of the private sector and entrepreneurs in Ghana.


The foundation is under the advisory board of Mr. Sam Ato Gaisie, founder & President of the

foundation, Nana Osei Bonsu, CEO of Private Enterprises Foundation, Dr Toni Aubynn, CEO of the

Minerals Commission of Ghana, Mr. Joe Tackie, CEO of Private Sector Development and representatives

from the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
 
 
 
Source: Kyn Aidoo
 
 

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