Forbes in partnership with local internet service provider, Busy Internet have launched the Forbes8 App with the aim of championing entrepreneurship to build a better future.
The app which will be available for download next week on Android and iOS has been designed to equip entrepreneurs and business minds as they traverse their careers.
The app, according to Forbes has been built to inspire the fast-changing global workplace.
However in partnership with Busy Internet, Forbes will be offering affordable data packages which can be accessed via mybusy portal, the short code *3180# or the app.
After logging into the app, users will get the opportunity to watch, listen to seminars and interact with business leaders.
Interestingly, Ghana is the maiden country to benefit from the Forbes8 Network, providing an opportunity for Ghanaians to join and watch streams from live business events and interactions from around the world.
Speaking at the event, the Deputy Minister of Communication,Vincent Sowah Odotei indicated that his outfit is ready to work with Forbes and other organisations to implement solutions to emerging challenges.
He mentioned that his ministry is working to address some risks and challenges the digital landscape presents especially that of cybersecurity.