Upon further consultation and deliberation between Stanbic Bank and Graphic Group of companies, the two companies has finally settled on the President of The Association of Ghana Industries Dr. Yaw Adu Gyamfi to partner the Minister of Trade and Industry Alan John Kwadwo Kyeremateng to deliver the key note addresses and speak on this year's Stanbic/Graphic Business breakfast meeting. The two will be sandwiched with one female Mrs Emily Mburu Ndiolia.
This year's theme is focused on the topic " Laveraging AfCFTA, the critical success factors". The two speaking partners shall focus on speaking from their various fields and capacities.
The Only female partnering the two men is the Director of Trade-in-services, investment and intellectual property rights and Digital trade.
The whole program will be held at Omanye Hall inside Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra on 30th March 2020.
All interested participants are required to abide by the corona virus protocols.
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