Our bi-annual mobile entrepreneurship training course is starting today. After two successful instances, which have seen many very promising projects being developed, we’re now embarking on another exciting month of learning, brainstorming and developing: twenty new trainees will follow the courses given by our trainers, on user experience, voice apps, mobile websites, SMS, native apps and mobile business: all you need to know in order to start a successful venture in mobile entrepreneurship.

What’s new this year is that Mobile Web Ghana now has its own permanent teaching space, which allows for much greater flexibility in training schedules, and will allow us to run many new events beside the training. We’ll write more about it soon, and even show pictures!

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