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NEIP ENGAGES INCUBATION HUBS

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As part of effort to roll out co-working, incubation and accelerator programs, the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan-NEIP and its Private implementation partner: African SME organization-ASME will be holding a stakeholders engagement with incubation hubs across the country.

The engagement will afford NEIP and ASME the opportunity to assess the ecosystem of start-ups and also discuss how to collaborate to successfully build the SME and start-up eco-system in the country.

The program which is schedule on the 2rd of November 2017 will be held at the YALI Centre at The Ghana Institute for Management and Public Administration-GIMPA at exactly 900GMT.

NEIP is a flagship program of the Government of Ghana to support and promote entrepreneurship and business development. NEIP was launched by the President Nana Addo Danqah Akufo-Addo with a seed capital of USD10 million which is expected to be scaled up to USD100 million by African SME Organization (PSIP).

The NEIP co-working, incubation and accelerator spaces will be called JOBSTATION. In all, 25 JOBSTATIONS will be set-up nationwide. China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) is the academic partner.

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