Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Accra as a leading authority on online marketing and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Alisa Hotel North Ridge on Dr. Isert Road in North Ridge, the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra on Gamel Abdul Nasser Avenue, the Video Conference Room GTUC in North Industrial Area or some other convention space in Accra, Ghana, Patrick will deliver the buzz and energy you’re looking for. As a motivational speaker, his #1 objective is to leave attendees excited, inspired and energized to take action and see tangible results.
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Accra has many conference facilities, including:
- Accra International Conference Centre on Castle Road
- Alisa Hotel North Ridge on 21 Drive Isert Road
- Movenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra on Independence Ave
- Hotel Novotel Accra City Centre on Barnes Road
- M Plaza Hotel on Gowa Lane
- Other meeting spaces in Madina, Sakumono and Mallam
General Information about Accra, Ghana, for Meeting Planners
On your hours off from the conference, get to know Accra, the capital city of Ghana, situated between Côte d’Ivoire and Nigeria. This fascinating city is home to over two million citizens, who live among a sprawling collection of shanty towns, castles, and modern architecture. Beaches are central to the city, but keep an eye out for pickpockets while you’re enjoying the view! Plan to take taxis, called “tro-tros,” when you want to travel inside Accra, and fix the price before you take off. Accra is a popular destination for tourists, best visited during the days between December and February.
2014 Business Conventions in Accra, Ghana
Accra will be home to dozens of conventions in 2014. The Integrated Community Case Managemen Symposium, hosted by the World Health Organization will be held in March at the Accra International Conference Centre. The Coastal and Maritime Surveilance Summit, organized by the IQPC will be held in March.The Annual Global Development Conference, organized by the Global Development Network, will be held in June. Magenta Global Pte Ltd will organize The West & Central Africa Mining Summit & Expo in October at the Accra International Conference Centre.
2013 Business Conferences in Accra, Ghana
2013 will bring us hundreds of symposiums and summits. These will be held in Ghana including African Centre for Peace Building’s West Africa Microfinance Conference taking place in March next year. In addition, the IBD Ghana Convention 2013, the 14th Africa Section Convention will take place at Accra’s Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in March. Moreover, an international meeting for women writers in Africa hosted by Organization of Women Writers of Africa Inc (OWWA) will be held at New York University’s Institute of African American Affairs in Accra in May next year. Additionally, Euromoney will also hold its second Ghana Finance and Investment Conference in Accra this coming May.
Accra Food Choices for Convention Attendees
Attending a conference in Accra? Expect to be wowed by the variety and quality of its great restaurants. You can get authentic, pricey French cuisine at places like Le Tandem, succulent Italian food from five to thirty dollars at Mamma Mia, typical Thai food at Zion Thai Restaurant, crocodile tails and warthog dishes at Monsoon, and honest Indian cuisine at Tandoor Restaurant, a local favorite with outdoor seating. The Venue offers a cosmopolitan menu with a fantastic array of succulent dishes in an agreeable ambiance. Try the baby lobster! Looking for live music? Check out the jazz and African cuisine at Club +233.
Accra Attractions for Conference Delegates
Accra not only has some good conference sites, it also offers lots of great places to visit and adventures to experience. Take time to see Ghana Parks and Gardens at Coco Beach, the National Museum of Ghana, and the Makola Market, a sure hit for memories and photo ops. If you have kids with you, be sure to take them to Marvels, an amusement-park attraction that centers around a miniature golf course and fun junk food. The entire family will never forget their trip to the Arts Centre in Accra, near Makola and the sports stadium. You’ll discover a colorful cornucopia of African arts and crafts, as well as dance lessons and drumming.