The Growth Africa Director of Taptap Send, Darryl Mawutor Abraham, has called on Ghanaian entrepreneurs, in particular the youth in financial technology, to cultivate networking and partnerships for the success and growth of their businesses.
He said “opportunities are leveraged when entrepreneurs partner like-minded people” and that the new order in the global space necessitated that young men and women with ambitions in the digital and e-transact space come together and join hands for progress.
Mr Mawutor Abraham, with over 18 years of experience in creating, building and scaling businesses in the UK Fin Tech sector, made the assertion at the 10th edition of the Tech in Ghana fair which opened at the Accra Digital Centre yesterday.
The two-day high-tech-level conference is a special event facility with contemporary, professional atmosphere for leaders, investors and influencers in the financial digital space aimed among others, to strengthen the burgeoning tech ecosystem in Ghana.
Mr Mawutor Abraham, who is also an international remittance firm operating in over 25 countries in Africa and Asia, was speaking on ‘Leveraging partnerships to drive growth in the Fintech space’
The 2022 Tech in Ghana fair is jointly sponsored by Taptap Send, a digital first electronic money transfer firm with operations in Ghana and other developing countries in Africa and Asia.
Mr Mawutor Abraham, a Ghanaian, said according to World Bank statistics, Ghana was the second highest receiver of remittances in Sub-Saharan Africa, second to Nigeria, and that an estimated $4.5billion was sent to Ghana in 2021 which was equivalent to six per cent of the country’s GDP.
He said Taptap Send was in Ghana with the unique intent to tap the untapped potential of transferring and receiving funds from relatives, friends, business partners and well-wishers with ease and comfort, charging no fees, with the most convenient user experience and also ready for partnerships.