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Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has re-elected Suku Technologies CEO Tsonam Cleanse Akpeloo as chairman for the Greater Accra Region. This was at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the section held in Accra on Tuesday October 5, 2021.
Giving his acknowledgment remarks, Mr. Akpeloo expressed gratitude toward his partners for the renewal of certainty. He was cheerful that the soul of collaboration that has prevailed inside the positions of the Accra section throughout the years will endure as they keep on pursuing post-Coronavirus recovery in their organizations.
He recognized the immovability and resilience of business pioneers in Ghana and swore that he will keep on working with all to propel the reason for the business local area.
Mr. Akpeloo further noticed that, “Ghana’s thriving relies upon us, the business local area. That is the reason we ought not relent in our endeavors to succeed.”
He asked individuals to adjust their business needs and procedures to exploit the African Continental Free Trade Area.
He was of the view that this would “empower us extend and solidify our organizations and fabricate ability to offer greater worth to our partners.”
Profile of Tsonam C. Akpeloo
Tsonam Cleanse Akpeloo is a Ghanaian financial specialist, industrialist and innovation entrepreneur. He is the organizer and Chief Executive Officer of Suku Technologies, a main innovation arrangements firms in Ghana with customers in six nations in Africa and Europe. He has a gigantic energy for social and local area advancement. He is a worldwide shaper and establishing keeper of the Ho Hub of the World Economic Forum.
He is the leader of Kadodo Africa, an advanced gateway that profiles, checks, verifies and advances organizations in Ghana and Africa to situate them for the advantages of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
He is additionally the public administrator of the ICT area of the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI).
He has chaired the ECOWAS Council on online business specialized working board of trustees in Abuja, Nigeria. He serves on a few sheets including NVTI CMMTI, Methodist University College of Ghana and Accra Technical University.
Tsonam is a Mandela Washington Fellow of the United States Department of State, Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur, UNDP Youth Connect Fellow and Alibaba eFounder’s Fellow. He was been granted Ghana 40 Under 40 in ICT, USADF Grant Prize for Young African Leaders, Top 35 Under 35 CEOs Award among others.
He’s been taught at Alibaba Business School in China, Clark Atlanta Business School in Atlanta, USA, Stanford SEED program of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Ghana Technology University and University of Ghana