The provision of business and financial information is key to the growth and survival of any business as this offers insight that will aid informed decisions. It is for this reason that Business Television Africa (BTA) is organizing the second edition of the BTA business Summit to deliberate on issues affecting businesses in Ghana.

BTA is the first African-owned business television channel in true high definition that keeps the business community in Africa current on economic, policy and financial trends. Business Television Africa is Africa’s fastest rising multidimensional business-driven Television Station. The provision of business and financial information is key to the growth and survival of any business as this offers insight that will aid informed decisions. It is for this reason that BTA was launched.

In this vein, BTA has arranged THE BTA BUSINESS SUMMIT. The Summit which will focus on the theme: “The cost of electricity and its damaging effect on Ghana’s industrialization” aims at providing exclusive opportunities for industry operators to engage with policy makers, watchdogs, government stakeholders etc.

The BTA Business Summit kicks off Thursday 11th August, 2016 at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, Accra. Participants to the Business Summit will be addressed by seasoned distinguished personalities such as the Executive Director for Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) -Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, Chief Executive Officer of the Private Enterprises Federation (PEF)-Nana Osei-Bonsu, Director of Operations-Delex Finance-Mr. Joe Jackson amongst others.

Executive Director for Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam will lead the discussion on how industry can avoid the high cost of electricity in order to be competitive in such a global environment. Director of Operations-Delex Finance- Joe Jackson is urging participants to come expecting practical solutions to their business challenges.

Meanwhile, Chief Executive Officer of the Private Enterprises Federation (PEF)-Nana Osei-Bonsu will speak on behalf of industries.

Source: Ghana/starrfmonline.com/103.5FM

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