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19 Aug

In reality as we know it where innovation is by all accounts saturating each feature of life, partners in Ghana are increasing cooperative endeavours to drive the public authority's vision of changing Ghana into a main advanced center in Africa and past.

The TechGulf Digital Forum has united asset people, administrators, and prepared business chiefs from Ghana and the United States of America to have conversations on issues identified with building business connections and associations in the computeriSed economy. 

The initial segment, which occurred on Tuesday, April 20, had the US Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie Sullivan and Ghana's Ambassador to the US, Baffour Adjei-Barwuah gracing the occasion. The Minister for Communications and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, talking at the gathering commended TechGulf's endeavors in pushing the digitisation plan and communicated trust in joining forces the US government in doing as such. "We're sure that Ghana is en route to turning into the main advanced center in Africa and the go-to put for all IT stuff in the sub-area. TechGulf, as a private area accomplice, is additionally helping government's digitisation endeavours and has begun with the accommodation of this virtual meeting," she expressed.

On his part, the CEO of TechGulf Ghana Limited, Franklin Asare, featured the private area's significance in supporting the public authority to push the country. He noted, "To persuade a US corporate goliath to come to Ghana, they need to comprehend the duty system, the kind of abilities that are accessible, what they need to carry with them, where they will have their office, and so on The entirety of this must be assembled in a joint effort with the GIPC to invite them. So it's a cooperative exertion. However, regarding what the public authority has done and is doing is astounding. We simply need to move from strategy vision to execution. Also, I accept these gatherings give a guide and an excursion since it isn't possible by government alone."

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