NTF V Call for Applications for IT & BPO MSMEs in Ghana

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Do you run an IT / BPO company or tech start-up in Ghana? The Netherlands Trust Fund V (NTF V) has launched its call for applications in Ghana.

The programme, based on a partnership by the MoFA of the Netherlands and the International Trade Centre, runs until 2025. Its ambition is to support MSMEs and their ecosystems in the digital technologies 💻 and agribusiness 🌿sectors. Activities will focus on supporting tech ecosystems, in particular strengthening BSOs such as tech hubs, equipping start-ups with (individual) business coaching, MSMEs with export strategies, linking companies to international business and investment opportunities.

Apply to join our programme now

IT & BPO Companies: https://lnkd.in/dAK9U6N9
Tech start-ups (focus on Agritech): https://lnkd.in/dZgYnnMK

NTF V will be jointly implemented with CBI – Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS : 31 January 2022 midnight.

About IT & BPO Application:

The Netherlands Trust Fund V (NTF V) programme is based on a partnership agreement signed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands and the UN International Trade Centre (ITC) and will run till June 2025. Its ambition is to support MSMEs and their ecosystems in the digital technologies and agribusiness sectors, linking up both for synergies and business opportunities. The programme covers both sectors in Ethiopia, Ghana, Senegal, and the digital technologies sector in Benin, Ivory Coast, Mali and Uganda. In the digital technology sector, activities will focus on supporting business-friendly tech ecosystems, in particular strengthening support organizations such as tech hubs, equipping MSMEs with export strategies, linking them to national and international business and investment opportunities.

About Tech start-ups Applications

The Netherlands Trust Fund V (NTF V) programme is based on a partnership agreement between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands and the UN International Trade Centre (ITC) and will run till June 2025. The programme supports the digital technologies and agribusiness sector in Ethiopia, Ghana, Senegal, and the digital technologies sector in Benin, Ivory Coast, Mali and Uganda.

Source: Milou van Bruggen

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