Stars From All Nations (SFAN) is collaborating with iSpace to host 2017 edition of Quantum Leap Career. The meeting is organised on the theme “Technology and the Future of Work in Africa”.

Date: April 12, 2017

Venue: British Council, Accra

Time: 09:00 am to 04:00pm GMT

It is estimated that some 65% of children entering primary schools today will likely work in roles that don’t currently exist. According to a McKinsey study, many activities that workers carry out today could be automated.

This edition of Quantum Leap Career Fair is organized to create a space for the best and brightest industry leaders, business executives and thought leading recruiters to share valuable insights on the impact of technology on the future of work in Africa.

Meet with employers in an informal setting and learn more about jobs and internship opportunities offered by their companies, participate in one-on-one mentoring & C.V review sessions, take industry generated employability skills assessment, and walk away with actionable game plan to upgrade your skills for the work of the future

Participation is free, but you must be pre-booked as available spaces are limited. Make your registrations by clicking here. Certificates can be requested at a cost of GHs 20.

The Keynote and Panel sessions will be streamed live on SFAN Facebook page.

As a business owner, this is a huge opportunity to get access to the right type audience for your company. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, securing a booth stand or have questions, concerns or comments, please send an e-mail to tomchris@sfanonline.org.

About SFAN:

SFAN is a high impact social enterprise established with a precise vision to raise the next generation of African leaders through the accomplishment of the following goals:

  • Help young people have a smooth transition from education to work through mentorship, capacity development, and job/internship placement
  • Offer opportunities for youths to turn their passion into a business or career by creating platforms for networking, incubation, and funding
  • Build a community of change agents and doers.

Through innovative projects, products and programs, SFAN provides the missing links for youth development, education and entrepreneurship thereby contributing to building a self-sustained Africa.


#FEBBM2 is a mentorship and networking event organised for aspiring entrepreneurs, young business owners, young professionals, investors, financiers, and other stakeholders.

The goal of of the event is to promote and encourage youth enterprises and entrepreneurship, as well as to engage young people to take action in solving the problems in their environments.

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.

This is a special edition and it’s organized on the theme “the connection economy”

Topics includes:
1. Using Technology to solve the problems of Africa 
2. Raising Capital for your Start-Up 
3. The Role of Young People in Community Development 
4. Business Growth and Sustainability

Panellists on the day include:
  • H.E Ambassador Hans Doctor, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands 
  • Mark Essien, CEO of Hotels.Ng
  • Ethel Cofie, Founder, Women In Tech Africa
  • John Dumelo, CEO of JMelo Brands
  • John-Patrick Ehouman of Akendewa

The moderator will be Wayne Miranda, CEO of Growth Mosaic.
The event will take place at Impact Hub, Accra, (located at  F 393/4 Otswe Street, Osu Ako-Adjei
Osu) and will be streamed live from 8 am via this link: https://youtu.be/BuJjzLRS5I8
For more information please call/text +233 545 93-5695
Future of Ghana (@FutureofGH)