A conference aimed at paving way for economists and experts from the various sectors of the economy to deliberate on key issues in connection with the development and growth of Ghana's economy is scheduled to be held in Accra.
The event which is dubbed 'The Ghana Summit' will place from Tuesday October 29th to Wednesday 30th 2013 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra.
The event is scheduled to bring together about150 key Ghanaian policymakers, international businesses leaders and influential thinkers across the continent to explore the country's continued economic growth and human development.
It will also seek to discuss and bring to bear measures and strategies that are needed to tackle and streamline Ghana's wide stretch of wealth ranging from natural resources to its energetic large-young and growing population.
The event, according to organizers will highlight on the potential avenues and sectors that is directed at helping to impact positively on the economy of the country.
'The Ghana Summit' Conference, they indicated is also targeted strategically to bring on board the various stakeholders responsible for both the economic growth of the Africa and Ghana at large to share their ideas and expertise regarding the rapid improvement of the people's living standard.
According to the promoters, despite many economies in Africa are enjoying some rates of growth and development that are the envy of the emerging world; Ghana is therefore expected to put in place lasting measures to position it to meet the laid-down standard.
This, the organizers underscored will enable Ghana to attract more donors and partners to invest into the economy as well as help to create job avenues to mitigate the unemployment situation of the country.
Potential participants were also assured of a 10% discount and were directed to contact the help desk of the organizers on [email protected] to get their promotional codes ahead of the event.
Some prominent speakers include, HE John Dramani Mahama, President, Republic of Ghana and HE Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, Vice-president Republic of Ghana.
Others are Madam Hannah Tetteh, Ghana's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Santiago Herrera, Lead Economist of the World Bank Ghana-Sierra, Leone and Liberia, Kadré Désiré Ouedraogo, President of the ECOWAS Commission and Ozwald Boateng, Designer and Founder, Made In Africa.