Today newspaper, a daily newspaper, in collaboration with the Ministry of Communications, will tomorrow, Thursday, July 20, 2017 hold its 4th Today Annual Lecture at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel in Accra.
As part of our corporate social responsibility, three years ago, Today instituted what has now come to be known as the Today Annual Lecture Series to brainstorm on topical issues that are relevant to the growth of our democratic governance.
Since the paper’s establishment nine (9) years ago, Today has contributed to the development agenda of the country and equally ensuring that the country’s democratic dispensation is firmly rooted, where governments and people in position of authority, are held accountable for their stewardship.
This year’s Lecture, which is on the theme: “Using Digital Technology To Accelerate Business Growth In Ghana,” will bring together captains of industries, entrepreneurs, businessmen and women, students, development partners, trade unions, communication giants, bankers, security agencies, government appointees, the media and ICT related agencies, to take advantage of the benefits ICT offers for business development in developing countries like ours.
The programme will delve into how digital technology can help businesses in the country to grow and contribute to the Ghanaian economy.
The Special Guest of Honour for the event is the Minister of Communications, Hon. Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, and it will be chaired by the Board Chairman of the National Communication Authority (NCA), Mr. Kwaku Sakyi-Addo.
The one-day programme, which will explore ways of enhancing business through technology, has speakers including the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Vodafone Ghana, Mrs. Yolanda Cuba, (GM), Micro Enterprise, GN Bank, Kofi Asamoah Siaw and IT Professional, Mr. Kwasi Boakye- Akyeampong.
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