The World Bank has projected Ghana to be the fastest growing economy in Sub-Saharan Africa. For many years there has been much talk about ‘brain drain’ and its dangers to the Ghanaian economy but so far relatively little has been done to inhibit or reverse this trend.
At the Garage48 event in Accra held at the Ghana India Kofi Annan Centre for Excellence in ICT, a team of six developers, marketers and business developers stepped up to address this problem. Back-to-ghana is the gateway to cause this change and bring them home. Ghanaian overseas or other foreign nationals with interests in working in Ghana can find businesses that suit them.
Businesses or Employers within Ghana can find talented, knowledgeable and skilled professionals across the globe and also attract to work with them. Find out the new developments in Ghana, be informed about Ghana and the people, browse through the profiles of Ghanaians trained Abroad and learn about their expertise, be connected with Ghanaians Abroad to discuss necessary issues about Ghana.