Joel Nettey, a seasoned and internationally known entrepreneur, has delivered a goodwill message to and with entrepreneurs in honor of the 2021 Global Entrepreneurship Week (8th -12th Nov).
Joel Nettey is the World President and Chairman of the International Advertising Association, which serves as the industry’s worldwide compass.
He joins a long list of global business and political leaders who have pledged their support for Global Entrepreneurship Week celebrations over the years, including Sir Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group; Michael Dell, founder of Dell; Barack Obama, former President of the United States of America; Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana; and many more.
The honor was mentioned by Stephen Gyasi-Kwaw, Country Founder and Managing Director of the Global Entrepreneurship Network-Ghana (GEN-Ghana). “We are honored to have Joel Nettey share a message of goodwill with entrepreneurs.”
Watch the goodwill message from Joel Nettey here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6vzoBvHlW0
Mr. Gyasi-Kwaw continued, “GEN Ghana is using Joel Nettey’s highly motivating and insightful speech to greet every aspiring and existing entrepreneur in Ghana and throughout the world a happy Global Entrepreneurship Week 2021.”
Global Entrepreneurship Week is a global movement to recognize and empower entrepreneurs in every country and community around the world, particularly those who face structural challenges or have never considered starting their own business.
Every November, tens of millions of people participate in tens of thousands of activities, competitions, and events that motivate them to take action and equip them with the information, experience, and connections they need to succeed.
The Global Entrepreneurship Network – Ghana (GEN-Ghana) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing entrepreneurship and innovation in Ghana. It provides and promotes a platform of local and international programs and activities aimed at making it easier for anyone to start and scale a sustainable business.
We help entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, politicians, and entrepreneurial support groups by enabling deeper cross-border collaboration and initiatives.
We collaborate with the government, corporations, non-governmental organizations, and development agencies to support healthier start-up and scale-up ecosystems that generate more employment, wealth, education, and innovation for long-term social and economic impact. GEN-Ghana is a member of the Global Entrepreneurship Network, which has offices in over 160 countries and is seeking to create a global entrepreneurial environment.