NEIP represented at Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Bahrain

The Chief executive officer of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan Lawyer John Kumah represented Ghana at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress held at Manama, Bahrain as part of measures to engage and interact with global stakeholders in the entrepreneurship landscape.

The Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC), is a gathering of thousands of entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, policymakers and other startup champions from more than 170 countries. The congress offers multiple opportunities for side meetings and discussions among governments currently on the leading edge of building more robust entrepreneurial economies.

He networked and held various side meetings with representatives from other countries on the need for mutual deliberations aimed at opening up our entrepreneurship space to partnership and collaboration.