Ghana will join over 200 nations to celebrate the 13th Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) on November 8-14, 2021, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Network-Ghana (GEN-Ghana), the official host of Global Entrepreneurship Week-Ghana (GEW-Ghana).
Global Entrepreneurship Week is a global movement to recognize and empower entrepreneurs in every country and community around the world, particularly those who face structural challenges or have never considered starting their own business.
Every November, around 10 million individuals participate in tens of thousands of entrepreneurship-related activities, competitions, and events that encourage them to act and equip them with the information, experience, and connections they need to succeed.
Over 20,000 partner organizations are preparing over 40, 000 entrepreneurial activities that will directly involve over 7 million individuals throughout the world. Entrepreneurs, students, educators, aspiring entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, development agencies, government officials, and others are all invited to engage in a variety of events led by partner groups in order to harness the spirit of entrepreneurship culture.
“The closure of so many firms and the loss of so many jobs as a result of COVID-19 has served as a wake-up call.” One year later, nations are banding together to relaunch their economies in preparation for a stronger, more sustainable, and equitable post-pandemic future,” says the report. GEN-Ghana Country Founder/MD Stephen Gyasi-Kwaw
Meanwhile, they’re reconsidering strategies for regaining strength and regenerating growth. Government, non-profit organizations, private sector firms, senior and junior secondary schools, academic institutions, media organizations, religious organizations, and entrepreneurship support organizations are all invited to participate in Ghana’s commemoration of Global Entrepreneurship Week.
“All you have to do as a partner is organize at least one entrepreneurship-related activity or match your upcoming entrepreneurial activity with the GEW celebration.” There is no cost to become a Global Entrepreneurship Week partner.
Your activity can be large or little, such as a workshop or seminar, a competition, debates, TV and radio interviews on entrepreneurship, and so on. Your imagination is the only limit! Become a part of Global Entrepreneurship Week by registering your event or activity at www.gew.co.
As a partner, you will be a part of a worldwide movement that unites millions of people from all walks of life around a shared goal: to make a difference through the power of entrepreneurship.”
Global Entrepreneurship Week is a global movement to recognize and empower entrepreneurs in every country and community around the world, particularly those who face structural challenges or have never considered starting their own business. Every November, tens of millions of people participate in tens of thousands of activities, competitions, and events that motivate them to take action and equip them with the information, experience, and connections they need to succeed.
The Global Entrepreneurship Network – Ghana (GEN-Ghana) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing entrepreneurship and innovation in Ghana. It provides and promotes a platform of local and international programs and activities aimed at making it easier for anyone to start and scale a sustainable business.
We help entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, politicians, and entrepreneurial support groups by enabling deeper cross-border collaboration and initiatives.
We collaborate with the government, corporations, non-governmental organizations, and development agencies to support healthier start-up and scale-up ecosystems that generate more employment, wealth, education, and innovation for long-term social and economic impact.
GEN-Ghana is a member of the Global Entrepreneurship Network, which has offices in over 160 countries and is seeking to create a global entrepreneurial environment.