Techpoint is partnering with Impact Hub Accra to host a meetup and hangout for Ghanaian startups, techies, entrepreneurs and innovators. The conversation in the Techpoint Ghana meetup would be centered around technology, startups, innovations and entrepreneurial pursuits in and around Accra.
Impact Hub Accra accelerates Africa’s rising entrepreneurs to launch start-ups that create much-needed jobs & development to the poorest region of the world. They intend to promote entrepreneurship by engineering an environment for innovation in order to accelerate the African Startup Ecosystem.All these are engineered in Accra through exciting networking mixers, hackathons and pitch events connecting and collaborating on innovation.
Asoriba is the online church administration platform that won the Seedstars Accra event that was hosted at the Impact Hub Accra and still went ahead to favourable reviews at the world finals; being listed among the 9 most promising startups.
They are a Ghanaian startup, and are pulling plenty weight, yet nobody is talking. What’s up Ghana? There is not enough conversation around startups in Ghana and the ecosystem as a whole. So this hangout offers the perfect opportunity to air out pressing issues hampering the ecosystem in Ghana and the entrepreneurial conduit as a whole.
The Ghana Meetup hosted by Techpoint in collaboration with ImpactHub is by 5pm on Thursday the 24th of March 2016 at ImpactHub, located on F 393/4, Otswe Street, Osu Ako Adjei, Accra. Discussions would center around the thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem in Ghana that is fast maturing.
If you are around Accra on Thursday, make sure to join us at ImpactHub for a productive hangout. Akwaaba!
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