The Ghana Economic Forum was incepted in 2012 to bring together captains of industry and thought leaders to discuss and debate key issues affecting the Ghanaian economy and offer solutions to enhance the countryâ€™s economic development plans. The forum remains the foremost creative force for engaging the countryâ€™s top business leaders in collaborative activities to shape the countryâ€™s economic agenda. For six years, the Ghana Economic Forumâ€™s mission has driven policies aimed at steering the countryâ€™s economy in the right path. The event aims at bringing out new thinking and policy alternatives to help shape the countryâ€™s agenda for economic growth.
GEF 2019 will: Inform, inspire and motivate Ghanaian Business Leaders to discuss sustainable solutions to boost Ghanaâ€™s economic developmental agenda. Cultivate and encourage the very best influences on leadership and management Engender the private sector to propel the countryâ€™s competitiveness through innovative solutions and initiatives. Encourage private and public-sector leadership interaction and success by inspiring delegates to build new bridges for communication and collaboration. Inspire youth leadership, empower women and create a forward-looking leadership experience to meet global challenges. Motivate delegates to experience the power of public-private partnerships for rapid business development.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA
Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta
MINISTER OF FINANCE, GHANA
Mr Alan Kyeremanteng
MINISTER FOR TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Robert Ahomka Lindsay
DEPUTY MINISTER FOR TRADE AND INDUSTRY
First Plenary Session - Sustaining Macroeconomic Stability through the Election Cycles: The 2020 Test Case
Second Plenary Session - Bridging Ghanaâ€™s Financing gap through domestic capital generation
Third Plenary Session - Human Capital for development for the next generation economy
Fourth Plenary Session - Funding Africa from Africa (Bridging Africaâ€™s financing gap through domestic capital generation)