Over 400 women leaders from Ghana and across the African continent are expected to converge at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra on 12th October 2018 for the 2nd Annual Executive Women Network conference.
The annual conference, now in its second year, is the single biggest gathering of women leaders committed to shaping the business and investment landscape of Ghana.
Delegates to the conference will lead a call to action and champion the implementation of a bold Brand Ghana agenda that positions the country as the preferred destination for business, investment and tourism under the theme: Implementing Brand Ghana – the Role of Women Leaders,
With a stellar list of speakers and panelists, participants of the conference will have the opportunity to engage, network and contribute to building a strong, compelling and competitive national brand that stimulates growth and investment.
Speakers and panelists of the conference will lead discussions on Technology, Education, Entrepreneurship and Corporate Citizenship with the objective of inspiring collective action to leverage technology, drive improvement in our education sector, create a conducive environment for entrepreneurs to thrive and to showcase how corporate Ghana can actively lead the charge to create economic prosperity for Ghanaians.
The maiden conference, held in October last year, was hugely successful with over 300 participants highly commending the organisers for an impactful conference. This year’s gathering is expected to drive practical action for national development.
The Executive Women Network is a non-profit organisation of women in senior management and executive positions in private organisations and women entrepreneurs of well established businesses in Ghana.
For more information on the conference, visit www.ewntree.com or call +233-561110444.
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