CEO, Ghana Industry Association
Mr. Seth Twum-Akwaboah, the Chief Executive Officer of AGI, has a degree in Economics and Masters Degree in Business Administration.
He is a Business Development Consultant by Profession and was once the Coordinator of IntEnt Programme, a Dutch Government Organization that supported migrant entrepreneurs in the Netherlands to set up businesses in Ghana.
Mr. Twum-Akwaboah joined AGI as Business Development Consultant and later rose to head the AGI Business Development and Services Division as the Director. During this period he managed a number of development projects including the Government of Ghana/World Bank/UNIDO Industrial Subcontracting and Partnership Exchange Project.
Mr. Twum-Akwaboah was elevated to the position of Chief Executive Officer in 2011 and has since been leading the AGI team on policy advocacy, provision of Business Development Services for the members, and head entire Directorate of the Associations including six regional branches.
He coordinates the activities of the 22 different business sectors under the AGI membership.
As consultant, Mr. Twum-Akwaboah has undertaken several research projects and written many policy papers on National Industrial and business issues.
He serves on several National Boards and Institutions in Ghana, and currently Chairing the Policy Committee of the Made in Ghana Campaign Committee of Ghana.