Future of Ghana Regional Manager for Ghana, Tom-Chris Emewulu and his team at SFAN are proud to present FEBBM is a pioneer mentorship and networking event that create platforms for meaningful conversations between a complete mix of business stakeholders including aspiring young entrepreneurs, young business owners, young professionals, investors, financiers, press, etc. Participants meet peers, build contacts, share opportunities and success stories, strike partnerships as they listen to seasoned industry leaders discuss issues pertaining to business and Africa.
The goal of this initiative is to promote and encourage youth enterprises and entrepreneurship, and engage young people to take action in solving the problems in their environments. This third edition is a pusher event with focus on student entrepreneurship.
The forum was born out of the need for like-minded individuals to meet, exchange useful information and share best practices. It consists of a panel segment and opportunity presentation segment – a segment for unveiling unique opportunities for the youth in Ghana.
Do you wonder how you will turn your academic interests into a sustainable, independent business? Do you have a great idea that could change people’s lives? Are you creative, dynamic and passionate? Are you looking for a platform to start meaningful conversation? Then this forum is for you!
The meeting will take place at British Council, Accra Ghana on Saturday, March 26, 2016.
Speakers includes the following:
Ehi Binitie, CTO/Co-founder of Rancard Solutions, Ghana
Dziffa Akua Ametam, CEO/founder of Dziffa.com
Raindolf Owusu, CEO/Founder, Oasis Websoft
Akua Baning, Community Manager, iSpace Ghana
The moderator is Elizabeth Patterson, Founder/M.D, Girls Edu Initiative, Ghana
The live stream and registration can be accessed at www.sfanonline.org. The event is free, but you must be pre-booked as available spaces are limited. Use the hashtag #FEBBM3 leading up to, throughout, and even after the meeting to share your best moments, connect with other attendees and to keep the discussion going!