Critical ICT in Ghana Enterprise Agency’s operations – Kosi Yankey-Ayeh

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Story by: Norvisi Eyiram Mawunyegah

The Executive Director of the Ghana Enterprises Agency, Kosi Yankey-Ayeh has prompted the said exercise would rely solely on Information Technology. The Ghana Enterprises Agency Bill which was passed recently, changed the National Board for Scale for Small Industries (NBSSI) into an agency to oversee, coordinate, promote and develop Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).

Kosi Yankey-Ayeh, Executive Director of the Ghana Enterprises Agency, previously as the National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI), specified technology will play an acute role in the delivery of its maintenance services for MSMEs specifically as the country works its way to recovering in regards to COVID-19 pandemic.

“It will play very critical support. The Ghana Enterprises Agency that was accented to by the President last year is a very important institution, this agency’s goal is to really see how we can develop and coordinate the affairs of MSME’s in this nation. For years a lot of the work of MSME’s has been done, and people are doing their things in their corners.”

“There is no concerted effort to coordinate and bring to the center support that will see us see maximum and incremental development of these MSMEs. And the goal of the Ghana Enterprises Agency is to ensure that we are able to do that by bringing on board the right and needed support through technology, through business development, through support and through any other support that would be able to help them at this point in time.”

Madam Yankey-Ayeh, on the sidelines of an SME clinic organized by Graphic business and Access Bank. The maiden edition of the event, had the theme: “Boosting SME Resilience with Digital Solutions” was purpose at creating dialogue on the need for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to renovate their mindset to excel in their enterprises.

Parliament approved the Ghana Enterprises Agency Bill under a certificate of urgency last year. The bill was subsequently assented to by President Akufo-Addo.