First joint University of Cape Coast and University of Plymouth conference
University's leadership role in promoting entrepreneurship education and training in Africa.
The aim of this unique conference is to help reduce the major unemployment problem faced by developing countries such as Ghana through emerging entrepreneurs. We want to transform the prospects of current and potential entrepreneurs by equipping them with the world-class skills, knowledge and drive to develop into robust entrepreneurs, establishing sustainable businesses that help to solve the unemployment problem and
enhance the economy of Ghana.
Universities all over the world are seen as agents of economic development and produce the skills, knowledge and innovation that would propel the growth of the world’s economy. This conference is delivered by both the University of Plymouth Business School (UK) and University of Cape Coast, Ghana who are working in partnership to help reduce the major unemployment problem faced by Ghana through emerging entrepreneurs.
- To discuss the role of entrepreneurship in employment creation.
- To equip current and potential entrepreneurs with world-class tools for further development using business incubators and hubs.
- To discuss the role of action based entrepreneurship research.
- To provide networking opportunities.