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Tech in Ghana and AB2020 founder Akosua Annobil speaks to African Review magazine about building and connecting the industry.
Since launching in 2017, Tech in Ghana (held twice a year in London and Accra) has positioned itself as the prime platform for connecting Ghana’s tech ecosystem with its counterpart in the UK; as well as becoming the leading industry platform for public and private sector knowledge sharing, and local collaboration on the continent.
In the Interview, Akosua reflects on the success of the fourth TIG conference held in Accra in November 2018, and shares expectations for TIG London held at Addleshaw Goaddard on Monday 10th June.
She also touches on her recognition in the Financial Times Top 100 List of Most Influential Black, Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) Leaders in the UK tech sector.
Read the full interview here – Building Connections in the Tech Space
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