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The Future of Ghana 2018 – Nominations Now Open!

The Search Begins…

Midday on 13 November saw the opening of nominations for the 2018 Future of Ghana cycle.

Nominations are now open to the public until 20 December 2017 via the website. Once closed nominees will be whittled down to a top 30 by a select judging panel, ready for feature in the 2018 publication. More detailed guidance on the nomination process can be found here.

The esteemed judging panel for 2018 will be revealed the second week of December 2017 so look out for the announcement on our platforms.

Now in its 4th cycle Me FiRi Ghana  are once again on a mission to find the pioneers and innovators of the Future by undertaking a global search for the top 30 Ghanaian talent aged 18 – 30 years – impacting industries around the world.

In just over 3 years 90 Ghanaian future young leaders/pioneers from around the world have been selected to create a community of Changemakers illustrating what a progressive Ghana looks like and mobilizing for change . Our 4th cycle will be no different! Who will be GHANA’S top 30 U30 for 2018?

The search begins now! ….. Make your nomination  here

 

The 2018 Publication….

Scheduled for release for March 2018 (Date TBC) via  www.futureofghana.com . The Fourth edition of the publication will transcend stereotypes, highlighting the unsung contributions of future leaders to Ghana’s development driving the conversation around Ghana’s future development on the occasion of Ghana’s 61st Independence celebrations

Through its youth charity the Future of Ghana Ltd (Registered charity no. 1148382). Me Firi Ghana annually produce the Future of Ghana publication which celebrates excellence by recognising the Top 30 under 30 talent of Ghanaian decent, pioneering in industries around the world. The publication also features forward thinking articles highlighting key industries, innovators and organizations visions for Ghana and Africa.

The Publication is the beginning and one that we hope will act as a catalyst to encourage greater youth participation with the development of Ghana whilst also act as a visual source of inspiration for the emerging generation and a talent resource for investors and organizations.