Ghana Tech Lab in collaboration with Enterprise Village has held a stakeholders meeting in Accra under the theme, “the role of mobile application technology for digital transformation of the local economy for job creation and economic development.
The event which had about thirty organizations from Mobile App Developers in attendance also aimed at addressing issues concerning economic development and job creation for the Ghanaian youth in developing applications.
Enterprise Village is connected to identifying, training, connecting funding early and growth-stage entrepreneurs.
It also develops thriving talent for entrepreneurs and businesses.
In an interaction with the media, IT auditor Zalaiha Dohia Abdullah disclosed that the meeting was to help address the gap on Ghanaian mobile applications though the challenge of internet accessibility continues to be a big problem for Ghanaian application developers.
Administrative Manager of Enterprise Village, Mariam Djima assured participants of collating all ideas which will drive economic progress to power holders for implementation and called on entrepreneurs to take advantage of the village for support.
The meeting was centered on six pillars namely, human capital, education and training, accessible markets, policy, government and regulatory framework, support, media, women and culture among others.
Story by George Yawson Vineh.