No multinational is more excited about Technology in Africa than Google. Over the past decade, Google has expanded its reach on the continent by opening several offices. Google began with a digital skills training program which has been completed by over 2 million people. The multinational is fervently supporting 100,000 developers and over 60 tech start-ups on the continent through their Launchpad Accelerator Africa.
Ghana’s Broadband Communication Chamber is expected to present a white paper to the Minister of Communication early next month, that would contain roadmaps to achieving a regime of affordable internet connectivity in the country.
GE, the world’s premier Digital Industrial Company, recently joined a delegation to Silicon Valley led by Ghana’s Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, who is currently spearheading the country’s digital transformation project.