Ghana set to host 9th Innovation Africa Forum


Preparations are underway for the 9th edition of the Innovation Africa Forum coming up on December 3rd, 2019 in Accra Ghana.

The event organized by Brains Global, leading international consultants and event organizers, specializing in ICT and education, will be held under the official patronage of the Government of Ghana.

It will be hosted by the Ministry of Education’s Matthew Opoku Prempeh and co-hosted by Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful of the Ministry of Communications.

The Innovation Africa series has for almost decade been established as the continent’s number one high level ministerial forum.

Today, Innovation Africa serves as an active proponent of emerging market leveraging on the potential of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, attracting industry partners and senior government officials from over 40 African countries.

The mission of Innovation Africa has been widely endorsed, emphasizing interactivity, quality of audience and ensuring a high-level status of decision-making participants are in attendance each year.

Over 250 ministers and government officials from across Africa will participate at the summit in the Ghanaian capital of Accra.

Founder and CEO of African Brains and Brains Global, John Glassey, believes that next-generation advances in information and communications technology (ICT) presently available, can offer a quantum leap in high skills training and foster the creation of ‘Digital Natives’ across West Africa.

“…We are privileged to host this year’s Innovation Africa summit in one of the crown jewels of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), a model for sustainable development, with Ministries such as that of Education and Communication each dedicated to playing their part in ensuring Ghana is at the forefront of Africa’s inevitable 21st century. We look forward to an interactive and wholly productive series of sessions, made possible by the full support of the Ghanaian government”, he said.

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