Future of Ghana [FoG], a UK registered charitable organisation held a two-day seminar for entrepreneurs, arts industry players, and Diaspora community.
The series of educational and training sessions were led by experienced speakers.
The first day of the seminar held on June 6, 2019 at the British Council, Accra, was led by speakers, Terry Afram, Linda Anson, Emmanuel Edudzie focussing on the ‘The Future of Enterprise in Ghana’.
The day two was two sessions, the morning session in collaboration with The Zoo was led by Nadu Placca, an Event manager with 12 years of experience touched on ‘10 STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL EVENT‘ and the evening session emphasised on ‘Future of Creative Industry‘ which was led by Creative Director, Samuel Mensah-Bonsu on June 7, 2019, at Impact Hub, Accra.
Certificates were awarded to all participants.
The organizers of the seminar in an interview with Kasapafmonline.com expressed excitement with regards to the interest shown by participants.
According to the organizers, they hope that the participants put into practice what they were taught using their skills to start up a project for themselves.
Samuel Mensah-Bonsu, a key speaker who spoke on the topic, ‘Future of Creative Industry’ emphasised on how valuable it is to have creative tools and other resources around oneself to develop their brands.
He also gave tips on how to establish a personal brand and how to navigate the industry.
Samuel Mensah-Bonsu is a creative industry expert, a multi-disciplined designer and creative who has worked with the likes of Nike, Google and Virgin.
ABOUT Future of Ghana [FoG]
We are a UK registered charitable organisation established to organize, mobilize and advance the education & training of second generation Ghanaians living in Ghana and the Diaspora community.
Our organisational vision is to help realise a first world self-sustaining Ghana; where young people are placed at the centre of development.
Our organisational mission aims to mobilise young people to make informed choices about their futures, strengthening their communities locally and globally.
We focus on mobilising second generation Ghanaian diaspora to realise the organisational vision via our organisational mission. The target group are aged between 16-35 years and reside predominantly within densely populated geographical areas where the Ghanaian Diaspora reside, namely the UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands & US.
Headquartered in the UK; with representation and a skilled volunteer team based in Germany and Belgium. Our core organisational teams consist of 24 skilled volunteers, of which 13, 7, 4 are based in the UK, Germany & Belgium respectively. Each country organisation is independently registered inline with their country of residence NGO laws, but we operate and align to achieve a uniformed vision and mission. Each organisation has a trustee board and separate board of advisors that support the organisations function.