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BUSINESS: Ghana Industry CEOs Awards Set For November 27


The third edition of the Ghana Industry CEOs awards is slated to take place on November 27, 2020.


The 2020 Ghana Industry CEOs Awards is the third of an annual awards scheme aimed at identifying and publicly recognizing the most outstanding chief executives in corporate Ghana across a wide range of sectors.


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Eligible awardees include CEOs of both private and public sector corporations and institutions.

Awardees are expected to be selected by the Ghanaian public who will first nominate CEOs for shortlisting, following verification of the nominations; and who will subsequently vote for the shortlisted nominees with those receiving the highest votes in each sector category being declared the winners by the scheme’s official validation partners.


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The awards will be conferred on the winners in each sector at a conferment ceremony scheduled to take at the Accra Marriott Hotel.


This year’s edition promises to be a memorable one with over 500 top CEOS expecting to be in attendance with Alicia Rico Del Pulgar, the Ambassador of Spain, Philipp Stalder, the Ambassador of Switzerland, Joseph Osei Owusu, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Diana Acconcia, Head of Delegation of European Union, Rino Strikker, the Ambassador of Netherlands among other dignified personalities attending as special guests.


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The Business Executive is organizing the awards.


Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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