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The Future of Ghana to highlight young pioneers

POTENTIAL: Taken at the official launch event of the Future of Ghana deluxe edition publication. (Photo credit: The Future of Ghana)

NOW IN its fourth cycle, The Future of Ghana aims to once again showcase the pioneers and innovators of the future. A global search is taking place for the top 30 Ghanaian talent, under 30-years old, who are impacting industries around the world.

In just over 3 years, 90 candidates have been selected, to create a community of change-makers; demonstrating what a progressive Ghana looks like.

Nominations are now open to the public until 20 December 2017 via the official website. Once closed, a shortlisting process will begin by an esteemed judging panel which will be revealed next month.

A full list of the top 30 will be listed in a magazine dedicated to celebrating the country's excellence and publishing insightful articles highlighting key industries and organisations across Africa.

A statement from The Future of Ghana read: "The fourth edition of the publication will transcend stereotypes, highlighting the unsung contributions of future leaders to Ghana’s development (...) on the occasion of Ghana’s 61st Independence celebrations."

The initiative's parent company, Me Firi Ghana, is multiple award-winning member’s advisory network which provides routes to access and invest in Ghana.

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