Upon the world being hit by the global pandemic, there is no denial of fact that there has been a decline in the running of everyday activities for businesses, projects and start- ups.
There is no point to complain, we must all ensure to think of innovative ways of managing industries across the globe before they run into ruin.
Firenze, an Ashesi student led organization with approximately twenty-four country ambassadors across four continents have decided to rise to the occasion.
The Firenze Foundation is hosting a webinar to outline the economic opportunities which are presented to startups and businesses even within this crisis, with a panel of well adept speakers, spanning from various industries.
The purpose of the webinar is to educate mainly members of the youth who are particularly interested in entrepreneurship, digital technology and are looking to changemakers in one way or the other.
According to Ishmael -President of Firenze and rising Senior at Ashesi this is a solid opportunity for several start – ups to take advantage of and leverage on the various economic opportunities the global pandemic has revealed.
The youth led organization will be showcasing its projects such as its coding program for refugee children in Ghana and STEM comic books.
- DR BERNARD TETTEH-DUMANYA (Dr. Bernard is an accomplished and result driven bank entrepreneur who is the Group CEO of Stepwise Group Limited.)
- JOSHUA POKU AGYEMANG (Joshua is a passionate computer engineer, visionary, serial entrepreneur and a public speaker. Joshua is the President of Things Network Hub and the founder of the company Pesonet.)
- PROFESSOR KWEKU ASARE-GUEST OF HONOR. (A Senior Adjunct Lecturer Lancaster University, Assoc. Fellow Professor of Warwick University and Visiting Professor at Stellenbosch University, South Africa.)
To participate in the forum, interested persons can register via https://bit.ly/Firenze-Fora