A Day In Tech, Accra is technology development seminar organized once a month to bring together technology consumers, producers and experts, students, general public etc. to talk, learn and adopt the use of technology.
In September, we’re discussing the topic “Transforming and empowering lives in Ghana with the Internet”. Under this topic, we will discuss Internet in Ghana; its challenges, relevance and how Ghanaians can take advantage of the Internet to solve hard core problems in Ghana. We’ll spend the day with Ghana’s internet pioneer and one of the most renowned technology entrepreneur, Dr. Nii Quaynor who pioneered Internet across Ghana and Africa. As always, the event will have “Demo Time”, an open platform where developers showcase their products to the attendees to receive critical feedback.

A Day In Tech aims to build a critical mass of Ghana’s populace understanding, building and consuming the right technology for their everyday activities. We believe that if more Ghanaian consumers understand the technology they need to consume to enrich their lives, and are educated about technology on a mass scale, and then there will be an upsurge in interest in technology for young people, government, community thereby accelerating the growth of technology in Ghana which is good for entrepreneurs, investors and our society.

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