Accra, Ghana, October 30, 2018 Tech Voice Africa, leading Technology News Media has announced a new partnership agreement with BarCamp Ghana as Media Partners to cover and publish all activities of BarCamp Ghana.

The partnership which will make TechVoice Africa an avid broadcaster of BarCamp Ghana’s initiatives will also ensure the GhanaThink Foundation led program which organizes BarCamps in all the regions across Ghana reaches the desired audience not only in Ghana but across Africa.

Being one of the most active reporters of BarCamp’s events, Tech Voice Africa through this partnership seeks to strengthen its relationship with BarCamp as well as bring up to the minute updates to readers and Social media followers through live updates from key BarCamp Ghana events.

Partnership in Line with TVASSI
Speaking on the partnership, Ms. Ida Padikuor Na-Tei, the Head of Operations at Tech Voice Africa, said “We are thrilled to be joining forces with BarCamp Ghana as Media Partners to contribute our quota to such a life-transforming initiative.”

“This partnership is in line with our Startup Support Initiative (TVASSI) through which we seek to throw more light on the activities of Startups giving them the needed exposure without hassle.

“BarCamp is therefore a good stepping stone as the program empowers the youth especially young aspiring and existing entrepreneurs,” Ms. Na-Tei added.

The Director of the GhanaThink Foundation, Ato Ulzen-Appiah, says his organization is elated to partner a leading Science and Technology news media to reach and support more enterprising youth.

“BarCamp Ghana sees this partnership as a step in the right direction as we seek to further reach more young people in Ghana and on the African Continent.

“We hope to leverage on Tech Voice Africa’s large audience who are mostly young, enthusiastic and tech-savvy as well as policy makers to maximize the impact of our activities.

As a Technology, Science and Startup focused media house, Tech Voice Africa has supported activities of organizations such as RAYFOUND Africa, Nsesa Foundation, HackLab, GhanaThink Foundation as well as startups like among others.

Tech Voice Africa recently launched a Live Facebook Dialogue Session which will further seek to boost the activities of such organizations while influencing the decisions of Policy Makers.