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Tech in Ghana Conference, Accra 2017

Following the success of the first conference held in London in February 2017, Tech in Ghana will showcase groundbreaking local innovations and provide a platform to highlight, discuss and stimulate the growth of Ghana’s digital development.

Subah holds novelty Happy Hour at ITU World, sponsors ITU App

Ghanaian-owned revenue monitoring and anti-fraud management solutions company, Subah Infosolutions made a remarkable impression at the ongoing ITU Telecom World Conference in Busan, South Korea with its novelty Happy Hour Networking Event.
It was the first time any entity (country or company) has held an event dubbed Happy Hour at any ITU event in the world; and it was held at the plush LeaderSpace on the massive floor of the Busan Exhibition Complex (BEXCO).

NCA Type Approval Policy generates interest at ITU Telecom World

The Type Approval Program of the National Communication Authority (NCA) is generating some interest among foreign entities attending this year’s ITU Telecom World Conference who want accreditation to test electronic equipment abroad before they are shipped to Ghana.
 

MobileContent pitch CARE 247 at ITU Telecom World

Ghana’s leading mobile value added service (VAS) provider, MobileContent.com is generating investor interest with their CARE 247 digital health service solution at the ongoing ITU Telecom World 2017 in Busan, South Korea.

CTO boss lauds team Ghana at ITU World on Ghana Day

The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Union (CTO), Shola Taylor is highly impressed with the collaboration between the public and private sector organization that constituted the Ghana delegation to the ongoing ITU Telecom World Conference in Busan, South Korea.

Ghana’s delegation, led by Deputy Communications Minister Nenyi George Kojo Andah, comprised of five public sector institutions, two private sector institutions and one public-private partnership.

Ghana picks three awards at ITU World

Ghana picked three awards at the just ended ITU Telecom World 2017 Conference in the technologically advanced city of Busan in South Korea.

Team Ghana, led by the Deputy Minister of Communications, Nenyi George Kojo Andah won a certificate of recognition for commitment and participation in the conference and exhibition. The deputy minister received the award on behalf of Ghana, from ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao.

Child Online Protection is my Priority-The Hon. Minister

The Representative of UNICEF, Rushnan Murtaza in a delegation has paid a courtesy call on the Minister for Communications, Hon. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful.

3.9 billion people lack access to ICT, ITU calls for change

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World 2017 conference opened today with an urgent call on governments as well as local and global ICT players to work together and connect the 3.9 billion people who lack ICT access in the world today. ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao, who made the call at the grand opening ceremony, observed that whereas it was refreshing to note that 95 percent of the world today has mobile connections, it is sad to note 3.9 billion people were yet to be connected.

Government embarks on digital inclusion agenda

The Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Communications is playing a pivotal role in the development of a robust framework to support the digitisation of the economy in a manner that captures and benefits every citizen.
This is contained in a statement issued by Minister of Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful in line with the just opened ITU Telecoms World 2017 Conference in Busan, South Korea.

NCA Board Inaugurated

Hon Ursula Owusu - Ekuful has urged members of the board of the National Communications Authority to help with the Transformation of the Communications Industry with their expertise. She said this at a ceremony to induct the board of NCA into office to steer the affairs of the Agency. The ceremony was held at the conference room of the Ministry of Communications. 

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