From Vibe Ghana
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) will soon open a Business School in Ghana to deliver entrepreneurship, leadership and general skills development to business leaders, especially those in the SME Sector.
This was made known by Mr Suresh Kana, Territory Senior Partner (“TSP”), PwC Africa, when he recently paid a working visit to Ghana, according to a statement from PwC.
During the visit, he met with President John Dramani Mahama, and assured him of PwC’s commitment to the development of highly skilled business executives in Ghana, in order to support the country’s economic growth.
Speaking at a cocktail reception to mark the admission into Partnership of Mrs Sarah-Mary Frimpong, the PwC Africa TSP noted that, as many African economies are showing signs of sustained recovery and growth, and that, Africa has become a global economic focal point.
Read more at vibeghana.com