Kosmos Energy has partnered with PricewaterhouseCoopers (Ghana) Limited (PwC Ghana) for the third year of the Kosmos Innovation Center 2018 AgriTech Challenge.
The professional services firm will support the Challenge by providing the young entrepreneurs with knowledge based workshops that will focus on topics such as business planning, marketing, taxation and law.
“At PwC, we believe the road to growth passes through entrepreneurship which is why we are excited to collaborate with Kosmos Energy for the AgriTech Challenge,” said Ayesha Bedwei, PwC Tax Partner and West Africa Corporate Responsibility Leader.
“Entrepreneurship is a strong driver of wealth creation in Africa which redounds benefits for us all. The AgriTech Challenge brings together some of Ghana’s most exceptional up and coming agricultural entrepreneurs whose business practices will prove pivotal to the economic development of the country. PwC is proud to partner with Kosmos Energy. We are dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs along the paths they wish to follow in order to create successful ventures across Ghana and the continent.”
Joe Mensah, Kosmos Energy’s vice president and country manager, said: “Ghana is a breeding ground for talent and innovation. The AgriTech participants have to think entrepreneurially in order to survive and strive. Our partnership with PwC shows our commitment to helping entrepreneurs build robust businesses.”