The Vice President of Ghana Visits Stanford Seed
Last week, the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies(known as Seed) received a delegation led by Mahamudu Bawumia, vice president of Ghana. The delegation included leaders from that country’s information technology industry, and among the group were eight entrepreneurs who have completed the Seed Transformation Program(STP). Vice President Bawumia discussed a broad range of technology initiatives that the government of Ghana is now undertaking, and Seed executive director Darius Teeter spoke to the delegation about STP. (Accra, Ghana, is the site of the Seed Transformation Program in West Africa.) About 40 students from Stanford Graduate School of Business attended the gathering.