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OTI MD, Esther Asante pictured with Digital Content Developer, Seraphine Dogbey

As the year comes to an end, the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) held its final networking session to draw the curtains on the activities for its members.

The event was held in conjunction with the Christmas edition of Accra Konnect, an event that "connects like-minded professionals & entrepreneurs in Accra to network, grow & make impact! "

Aside from Organic Trade and Investments, other companies under MEST that were in attendance include Aku Organics, The Accra Handyman, MedPharma App, Complete Farmer, SnooCode among others.

All companies, entrepreneurs and professionals present took turns to sell their brands and services to the audience.

The evening cocktail came off on Thursday, December 16 at the Kwae Terrace in Accra.

Professional Masters of Ceremonies, Kwesi Kwatia and Asantewaa Gloria made sure members of the audience were bubbly and engaged in the networking session.

This forms part of MEST's aim to help SMEs who are part of their various programmes scale up by learning best practices from industry experts and networking.

MEST currently runs three programmes in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation; MEST Express, Pre-MEST and MEST Scale.


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