The alumni of the Paris Graduate School of Management (PGSM), Ghana, will officially inaugurate its Ghana Chapter on 19 October 2019 at the Coconut Groove Regency Hotel, Accra.
The group, according to a statement, is made up of astute professionals who lead and serve in diverse industries within and outside the borders of Ghana.
As such, the statement added, “This gathering at the Coconut Groove Regency Hotel will bring the movers and shakers in various industries under one roof, as we officially set the tone for the impact [that] professionals with significant exposure, experience and education should be having on our country’s development.”
The statement added: “With the very impressive growth and traction gained by the alumni within a very short period, the event has attracted the attention of the leadership of the Paris Graduate School of Management in Paris, resulting in the Dean, Professor Mike Wooi, and a notable pioneer when it comes to PGSM’s presence on the African Continent, Dr Sabanjo, among other dignitaries, both local and international” as well as “alumni from other African countries”, deciding to be in full attendance to give the inauguration a continental feel.
As part of activities lined up ahead of the inauguration, is a philanthropic initiative to have “some very needed donations and supports done”. The group said: “Details of this will be shared very soon, and all those interested in supporting a worthy cause are very much welcome to come on board.”
“There is also room for institutions, businesses and organisations looking at giving their brand, projects, products and services a priceless exposure at this great and historic event”, the statement added.