Accra-Ghana – Forum networks Limited, the number one voice and data value-added service provider in Ghana operating the single largest teleconferencing bridge in West Africa has partnered with the Springboard Road Show Foundation (SRSF), an initiative of Albert and Comfort Ocran to widen the scope of reach and participation of the Springboard 2012 Road Show.
The service to be provided by Forum Networks Limited will be used to broadcast live the SPRINGBOARD Road Show via the GSM Platform of MTN. The company is providing a platform which will allow anyone to participate, contribute and ask questions as they call 024 242 9999 to get a live feed of the programme irrespective of their geographical location. This platform can accommodate 1000 or more participants at the same time.
Springboard 2012 is being held under the theme, “Promoting Excellence through Innovation and Technology.” It is a personal development conference aimed at equipping participants in areas like planning, investments, entrepreneurship, career enhancements and relationships.
“With this platform, the majority of people who cannot be present at these various venues could from the comfort of their homes and offices participate in the Springboard 2012 Road Show. They will equally benefit from the presentations of the resource persons from this great collaboration through the maximisation of technology. Springboard couldn’t have chosen any better theme than this for this year’s Road Show.” Samuel Menyah Asah-Kissiedu, Product Manager, Forum Networks Limited.
Commenting on the collaboration, Comfort Ocran, a Director of the Springboard Road Show Foundation disclosed that “The impact of the 2012 Springboard Road Show is expected to be significantly multiplied. We anticipate that our collaboration with Forum Networks will go a long way to create a wider opportunity for audience and participation with the potential to contribute to the transformation of the youth by promoting a culture of entrepreneurship and excellence that is essential for our national development effort.”
The programme which is slated from January 28, 2012 to March 3, 2012 will travel through all the ten regional capitals beginning with a Grand National Convocation in Accra and ending with the Grand Finale to be held in Ho, in the Volta Region.