Mr Albert Ankrah, the Executive Director of the Ghana Gulf Chamber of Commerce (GCCC) has been adjudged a member of the “51 Most Impactful Smart Cities World Leaders 2019”.
This was at the Congress of the World Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Day at Taj Lands End, Mumbai, India.
The World CSR Congress is a non-profit body that attempts to organise the annual meetings with the objective of Learning & Development, Networking and Recognising Leaders who have contributed value to their profession or their organisation.
“Such value contributors are influencers who have influenced positively”.
The craft and design of the event are carefully thought of by a team of advisory council, who act as strategic influencers towards the success of the event.
It is scheduled for February 18 every year and had the last three years made a landmark event of strategic significance to the Smart City Work.
The World CSR Day attracted leaders from large continents of Asia,Africa, Gulf Cooperation Council and USA.
Its selection board is composed of Professor Indira Parikh, Ex-Dean of IIM Ahmedabad and President, Antardisha, Dr. Harish Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director, Onward Technologies and Emeritus Chairman, World HRD Congress and Dr. Prasad Medury, Partner ,Amrop India Consultants Private Limited·
“Other members are Dr. Arun Arora, Ex-President and CEO, the Economic Times; Chairman, Edvance Pre-schools Pvt. Ltd, Nina E. Woodard, President & Chief “N” Sights Officer, Nina E. Woodard & Associates, a division of NDPendence, Inc and Dr. R L Bhatia, Founder of World CSR & World Sustainability Congress”.
A citation read: “The ‘51 Most Impactful Smart Cities Leaders’ is a reflection of his professional achievement and is in the spirit that he is a thought leader in Smart City and a contributor of value.
This was confered on him on at The Taj Lands End, Mumbai, an iconic venue that is overlooking the Arabian Sea.
This confirmed conferment at a global level, indicates the boards belief in his life’s work of bringing value to people, government’s and institutions at the Global level”.
The GCCC is dedicated to linking Ghanaian companies with Gulf based businesses countries focusing on the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Albert’s work involves advocating better business environment for companies in Ghana and within the West African subregion, business development support and fundraising activities among others. He is a key Business Developer and the Business Development Manager for the JOSPONG Group of Companies, where he supports the Group’s work in generating value added business solutions.
Albert is a serial networker and has helped to develop International, Regional, Sub-regional and local business contacts, solutions and support for the business community, government entities and other institutions.