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Zoomlion boss wants Harvard University to enable African corporations

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World renowned centre of educational excellence, Harvard University, is staying encouraged to support African enterprises update their operational efficiency by coming up with unique business types that feed these demands.

Ghanaian business mogul and top name in sanitation, Dr Siaw Agyapong, who is championing this move, is convinced that in order to be successful in the quick evolving landscape of organization in Africa, companies need team who possess new information in management, administration and finance.

Dr. Agyapong notes that such personnel development can help Africa to compete in a globally competitive company place.

Siaw notes that his company – Zoomlion Ghana (a provider of built-in squander administration solutions) – is honing team skills using Harvard University’s Centre for African Scientific studies as discovering grounds.

Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyapong, is at present in Johannesburg attending Harvard Heart for Africa Experiments Advisory Board conference.

Dr Siaw Agyepong was appointed to the advisory board, soon after being recognised for his huge purpose in providing waste administration in Africa a makeover. 

The Council thinks Dr Agyepong’s abilities and pragmatic awareness on management and entrepreneurship will assistance in the progress and development of the centre.

The meeting assembles top rated African Business people, Coverage Makers and Professionals in many fields to broaden public and scholarly awareness about Africa, African activities and African perspectives.

In remarks on the sidelines of the closed-door meeting, Dr Agyapong claimed implementing fashionable enterprise techniques to African entrepreneurship will rebrand waste administration and render it appealing, especially for building international locations struggling from weak sanitation.

Board users provide as ambassadors for the centre and guide in shaping the industry of African Scientific studies, intellectually and institutionally.

Other associates of the Advisory Board   involve it is Chairman, Hakeem Belo-Osagie, llesanmi Adeseda Prof. Emiratus of Illinois at City- Champaign, Folorunso Alakija, Executive Vice Chair of Famfa Oil Ltd, K.Y. Amoako, President and Founder, African Centre of Financial Transformation, Myma Belo-Osagie Lover, Udo Udoma and Belo-Osagie Legislation Firm, Paul Farmer, Kolokotronts University, Professor of World-wide Well being and Social Medication and  Havard Main Strategist and Co-Founder Partners in Well being.

The relaxation are,  Donald Kaberuka, African Large Rep, AU Peace Fund, Kola Karim, Chairman of Board of Administrators, Storeline Pure Methods, Carole Kariuki, Main Executive Officer, Kenya Private Sector Alliance, Chris Kirubi, Director Centum,  Paul Maritz Chairman of the Board Pivotal, Valuable Moloi-Motsepe, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Motsepe Foundation and Sizwe  Nxasan, Founder Sifiso Discovering Group.

Also on the board are, Ory Okolloh, Director of Expenditure, Omidyar Network, Garvin Rajah, Resourceful Director Garvin Rajah Atelier, Unicef Goodwill Ambassador and, Magda Wierzyoka, Main Executive, Sygnia Asset Management





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