Enablis Business Launched Pad Awards 2015

A business skills development Programme organized by Enablis Business has awarded participant who took part in the fifth edition of 2015 Pad awards in Accra.

The Programme aims at turning great ideals into thriving, sustainable business through a comprehensive programme that offers the skills, tools and network that entrepreneurs need to succeed in the formal private business sector.

Participant went through series of business training, writing and presentation of business plans, coaching and mentorship at enablis house in Accra.

The overall winners for both startup categories, Winfred Amenyeku and existing business categories, Anthony Sedzro received cash price of five thousand Ghana cedis each while eight finalist received laptops and or external hard drive from IPMC.

All the ten finalists received IT and web services from 233apps inasmuch they will continue to receive enablis business support services.

The Launchpad was launched in April 2015, shortlisted applicants were then invited to an intensive two weeks training session in Accra.

Enablis house during 2nd phase, twenty eight young Ghanaians twenty one percent of them being women successfully completed the comprehensive, hands on, high level training in business management.

The 19 finalists who were selected out of the 28 participants made very good use of the feedback they received from during the process to fine tune and re submit their business plan.

The two winners were presented with special citation by Mr. Charles Sirois a Canadian.

Speaking at the award ceremony Charles Sirois, the founder and Global Chairman of Enablis business disclosed that his outfit believes that investing in Ghanaian SMEs will give the SME owner and managers a platform for practical solutions to business growth thereby nurturing them to grow profitable business that will create revenue and employment.

He said helping in small business to build a solid economic base will help in the socio economic development of Ghana,

Charles Sirois emphasized that the private sector needs to be strengthened to contribute to Ghana’s economy.

He said the Launchpad is a comprehensive program designed for both start up and existing Ghanaian SMEs to gain expert insight and advice to drive their small business along a sustainable growth path.

“It also provides an opportunity to gain invaluable expert training and advice from local and international business leaders” he stress.

He, therefore, appreciates the kind support of Kofi Amoabeng UT Bank and Amar Deep S. Hari for their tremendous contribution and support for the development of entrepreneurs using the enablis model.

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