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Neoedge, a leading business intelligence company based in Singapore has announced a huge number of delegates are confirmed to join the high-level speakers and panelists in the most anticipated Public Private Partnerships (PPP) summit in Accra, Ghana, this coming 21st to 22nd October 2014.
"First of all, this major PPP event in Ghana in Africa will gather the best innovators in the region.", said Thomas Ooi, Director at Neoedge, and the brains behind the 4-day summit
"Our delegates will mainly come from Ministry of Finance, Energy, Water, Roads and Public Works, Health and other agencies. Other bulk of the delegation will be coming from the Financiers, Project Developers and all those public and private sectors who are involved in PPP.", Mr. Ooi added
The event will be held in the world-class Labadi Beach Hotel, and apart from the 2-day main conference, there will be Pre-Conference and Post-Conference Workshops that is in store for the delegates, 20th October 2014 and 23rd October 2014, respectively.
"We have more than a month left before the summit and we have already secured close to a hundred delegates ranging from State Ministers, Private Investment firms, Financiers, Investors, Project Developers and so on. Essentially, everyone who is involved in PPP may join our event, no matter which industry or sector they represent.", Mr. Ooi confirmed.
Africa Public Private Partnerships (PPP): Investment & Development Summit 2014 is originally produced by Neoedge and it is indeed getting its momentum higher, not only in Ghana but at numerous African countries as well.
According to an interview with Premesha Motha, Business Development Manager at Neoedge:
"We are very pleased indeed to welcome the State Ministries who are very inclined in supporting platforms such as this PPP summit, a platform that will enable capacity developments. The main aim of this summit, through its top-notch networking and learning formats, is to help both the public and private sectors explore potential collaborations for the African region in general. We are looking forward to meeting everyone at the event in Ghana."