Code Coast Hub and partners hold their 4th Consultative Stakeholder Meeting – 9th June 2022
Code Coast Hub in partnership with Ghana Tech Lab has organized its fourth Consultative Stakeholder Meeting in Cape Coast, Central Region on “The Role of eCommerce in Transforming the Local Economy for Job Creation and Economic Development.
Speaking at the event under the Pathway to Sustainable Employment Project, Miss Blanche Davis, Director in charge of Projects at Code Coast Hub enlightened participants on the skills gap, strategies and policies within the eCommerce sector essential in transforming the local economy to achieve sustainable development through digital skills and entrepreneurship.
As Code Coast Hub’s regional partner for the Central region project, data was collected and collated from the mapping exercises, stakeholders’ interviews, and surveys, after which findings were refined and published on the Ghana ecosystem portal.”
A Tech Associate, Mr. Rafik Abubakari stated that the increasing advancement of technology is essential in inculcating digital skills training in the local economy and for the empowerment of the youth in the field of eCommerce.
Touching on the Ghana Startup Ecosystem, Ebenezer Ato Acquah, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Code Coast Hub expatiated that the Ghana Startup Ecosystem Portal has been designed to provide a digitized platform with reliable, easily accessible, and readily available information on the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Ghana with regional ecosystem focal data points across the regions of the country. “This portal gives insights and analysis of data gathered on the ecosystem mapping program by Ghana Tech Lab.”