About thirty five young Ghanaian entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals have engaged in a variety of  business discussions with the Hungarian Ambassador to Ghana, András Szabós.

Amongst them is Kasapa fm’s Leticia Ohene-Asiedu who participated in the intellectual discussion at the residence of the Ambassador in Accra.

The diplomatic engagement saw the young entrepreneurs, sharing different ideas on how to expand their network and broaden their operations by taking advantage of available opportunities in Hungary.

Addressing the gathering, His Excellency András Szabós stated that the government of Hungary is ready to assist Ghana in water treatment, waste management, agriculture and affordable housing.

He again stated that the government of Hungary would also focus on the petroleum and gas sector and would construct a tomato processing factory in the Northern part of Ghana.

Asked about the readiness of the Hungarian market for Ghanaian products, H.E. András Szabós said ones the products are of good quality and meet international standards Ghanaians are assured of good sales.

Expressing gratitude for the warm reception, the Programs Director for International Perspective for Policy & Governance (IPPG)  Moritz Garbrah Yankah, said such meetings are essential since it gives young entrepreneurs more ideas on how to do business internationally.

By: Leticia Ohene-Asiedu