Seminar of the Network of African Higher Professional Competence. Venue: University of Parakou, Benin Date: February 20, 2014. TOPIC Academia and Industry Relations in promoting E ntrepreneurship and Employment: The KNUST Factor PRESENTER Ralph Nyadu - Addo
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Venue: University of Parakou, Benin
Date: February 20, 2014
Academia and Industry Relations in promoting Entrepreneurship and Employment: The KNUST Factor
Head, Centre for Business Development
Manager, Kumasi Business Incubator
Lecturer, Entrepreneurship and SME Management
(The Business School, Centre for Bus. Dev., Kumasi Bus. Incubator)
GHANA’S PREMIER UNIVERSITY OF
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
(approx. 42,000 students)
TOP KNUST D KUMASI-GHANAIGNITORIES
Mr. Kofi Annan (Alumnus) Asantehene (Chancellor)
College of KUMASI-GHANA
ACADEMIC UNITS (Colleges)
Some of the KUMASI-GHANA Programmes include:
Sectors: KUMASI-GHANAKBI supports the establishment of businesses in the areas where incubatees have already acquired some knowledge and skills based on resources in areas where Ghana has comparative international advantage within West Africa
KNUST (Ghana) will not become the next Silicon Valley over night, but we have made a promising start. We do believe that our positive relations with industry and other stakeholders will catapult us towards a more sustainable development.
The Entrepreneurship Revolution is here!
KNUST IS READY FOR THE CHALLENGE. DANKE!