A Standard Bank Group report stated that mobile subscription in Africa will by 2015 have hit 800 million users. Ghana currently has about 19 million active mobile phone users. This indicates true potential for success for anyone who wants to build relevant mobile applications for all these users.

Mobile technology is growing faster than you can imagine. There is an opportunity for you to learn new technologies, offer services and run a promising business. Mobile phones and web technologies offer a great combination for entrepreneurs to make a difference in their community or country. If you can think of a mobile application that can solve a problem related to health, education, commerce or even climate change, you’re definitely in business.

Mobile Web Ghana is a community of Ghanaian mobile entrepreneurs, and people interested in the Mobile Web. We are currently looking for entrepreneurs who are passionate about leveraging mobile phone technology to develop applications that will bring useful service to local communities and create prosperous businesses. Our entrepreneurship program aims to help local talent build applications for local communities.

The third mobile entrepreneurship training begins on the 15th March 2012 and will last for three weeks. During the entrepreneurship program, we will provide you with expert knowledge needed to develop, create and start a successful business with your idea. Technology and business professionals from all over the world will mentor you.

Successful trainees will be enrolled into an incubator program that will assist them to develop their ideas into working applications. We will also provide discussion forums, networking events and links between application developers, mobile network operators and established businesses to ensure that you are on the path to success.

Join our third training program Click here to apply.

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