As the economy continues to reel from the effects of COVID-19, nothing is more important than getting businesses going. In Ghana, 70 to 80% of business are not formal and most of these are owned by women.
The Garden Party which was hosted by Tonisha Tagoe, CEO of Apples and Pears and founder of the Ladies Entrepreneurship Club was held at the United Nations RCO office, Fourth Avenue, Ridge Accra. The event brought together ladies in business who shared really powerful experiences to learn from.
H.E Charles Abani, the UN resident coordinator was there to grace the event as were many other powerful and influential people. There was more than enough to eat and drink and more importantly, it was a very great and rare opportunity that brought people together to network. There were lots of vendors there as well who came to market their goods and services.
There were lots and lots of mind blowing discussions around merging technology to small businesses in Ghana, Strengths, opportunities and struggles arising in technology as well as the future of technology in Ghana. Do you own a business? Small or big? Are you planning on starting a business? Well, there is good news for you. Come, join us at the Ladies Entrepreneurship Club and watch our award winning entrepreneur and business coach, Tonisha Tagoe turn all your business dreams into a reality.